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Just Me and My Mom (A Little Critter Book) Paperback – October 9, 2001
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And, call me a feminist if you will, but I felt slighted by this book's treatment of the mom. Just Me and My Dad is all about an awesome camping trip little critter goes on with his dad, while Just Me and My Mom is all about this poor kid getting dragged to a bunch of boring museums where he's not allowed to touch things (and one with a bunch of lame pictures), and then a dress store with his mom. In fact, my husband was reading it to the kids the other night and I heard him flipping back through the pages, muttering to himself, "When was this WRITTEN?"
Shockingly, 1990. Feels more like the 1950s. And not that sexy John Hamm sort of way.
Instead, the story basically is about the mom taking Critter to all these places and losing her temper with him bc he gets into mischief at each place.
Yes, it ends with the typical "I love you son" ending, but all the pages before were rather discouraging.
He has the Dad and me book and it talks about how him and his dad do things together and how he wants to be just like his dad. I had hoped this one would be similar - but definately not...
I personally think the above poster's assessment that the little critter is misbehaving and breaking rules is rather silly. He's just little and didn't know any better! The point of reading these stories with your children is to teach them the difference between right and wrong. They afford us those opportunities!
Thumbs up on this one!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love how they show patience in this book. Having a specific book to show the interaction with different family members is great. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Elizabeth Cameron
Love little critter, it really helps to show my boy his bad behaviour to himself.Published 21 days ago