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Mommy, Where Are You? Hardcover – March 24, 2009
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The garden seemed like a likely place to find Mommy so off Ozzy went to check it out. He was sure he saw one of her eyes peeking at him from behind the flower bed. Ooops, it wasn't Mommy. It was just a little old bunny rabbit. He glanced up in a tree and exclaimed, "There you are!" when he spotted her back. Fooled again. It was only a gray squirrel getting ready to munch on an acorn. Ozzy ran to the lake, back to the garden where he got a BIG surprise, and then ran as fast as he could for home. Was poor Ozzy ever going to find his Mommy?
This delectably, delightful story of a poor little mouse, Ozzy, who lost his Mommy will charm the reader. Anyone who has ever had a little one who has lost their Mommy will find themselves grinning widely as they read this story. Obviously no one will laugh at poor, distressed Ozzy, but will chuckle as they recall memories of a "lost" child who may have just been in another room when Mommy was lost. Ozzy dashes one way and another wildly seeking his Mommy (spoiler here) who was predictably close by all the while. The cutouts on the pages simply highlight the special nature of this book. The artwork, especially the portraits of wide-eyed Ozzy, screams adorable. This is one of those `once in a while' marvelous books that both young and old fall in love with!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 2.5 year old highly verbal daughter loves this book. It's a nice simple theme but she makes me read it over and over again.Published 7 months ago by Milpitas, CA
This is an adorable book; my 19-month-olds love the illustrations, especially the cut-out pages. They want to read it over and over again! Read morePublished on September 3, 2010 by Mom2TwinBoys