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Momma Don't You Worry
     

Momma Don't You Worry

4.5 2
by Louie Lawent
 

This illustrated books tells a poetic story from a six year old viewpoint. His mother worries too much in his opinion, until they go on a shopping trip and he gets a real appreciation for just how right his mom is.
Excerpt:She watches me with eagle eyes
Like I’m a treasured jewel
She cramps my style, oh man alive
“MOM, THIS JUST AIN’T

Overview

This illustrated books tells a poetic story from a six year old viewpoint. His mother worries too much in his opinion, until they go on a shopping trip and he gets a real appreciation for just how right his mom is.
Excerpt:She watches me with eagle eyes
Like I’m a treasured jewel
She cramps my style, oh man alive
“MOM, THIS JUST AIN’T COOL”

Product Details

BN ID:
2940046557039
Publisher:
Ladybee Publishing
Publication date:
01/28/2015
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
264 KB
Age Range:
5 - 13 Years

Meet the Author

Louie Lawent is the author of the picture book "Gerty The Pig" which is in schools across the United States. The book is part of the National Accelerated Readers Program. He is also a lyricist with his works featured on rock, country and children's releases. His co-written song "One More Father's Son" is on Grammy award-winning D.L. Byron's latest CD "Satori." He co-wrote "Slippery Forces" with Boz Boorer which appears on Boz's CD "Some of the Parts." Louie co-wrote 10 children' songs with Steve Goodie which are featured on Steve's "Refrigerator Art" CD. Also, he co-wrote "Worms In The Can, Wieners On The Bun" on Canadian children's recording artist Erick Traplin's CD "A Little More." Louie is an avid Green Bay Packers fan and enjoys table tennis.

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Momma Don't You Worry 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
TracisStar More than 1 year ago
This book is sweet and its use of rhyme should help make an impression on young children. It tells of a little boy who thinks he is a little bigger than he is and finds himself lost. A great way to share the importance of staying with parents to young children.
Linda_Weaver_Clarke More than 1 year ago
This adorable nine-page children’s book is so cute and it’s done in rhyme. The author does use “Thank God” in this rhyme but I figured the boy was actually thanking God for helping him to find his mother when he was lost. I just thought you might like to take this into consideration when buying a children's book. –Review by Author Linda Weaver Clarke