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A Gift for Mama Hardcover – March 25, 2014
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Poor Oskar has no money to buy a gift for his Mother, so goes on a search for something to give her. He gets a yellow rose, which he continues to trade up, until he gets the perfect gift for his Mom.
Enduring tale, perfect for any mother-child reading experience. It might even give kids ideas of what they "could" give their Mothers as gifts instead of the typical macaroni sculptures.
The art draws you into the story, with the cool crackle effect of the old Masters.
Great book that shows the love of a child for his Mother!
I've know Linda for years and years. She is certainly one of the brightest bulbs on any tree and her obvious ability to talk to kids just shines through.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wonderful book. My 8 year old boy loved the story line and pictures.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Fun, sweet book. I donated it to a shelter for women and children. Will order a few more to pass out to more sheltersPublished 22 months ago by Bruce Cornett
I absolutely loved this book. Heartwarming story, gorgeous photos and a timeless tale that every mama ( grandmama, dad, grandparent or someone who simply loves a child) will adore. Read morePublished on May 7, 2014 by Marc Sessler
This richly-illustrated picture book, written by Linda Ravin Lodding, and featuring the beautiful, crackle-glazed artwork of Alison Jay is a joy to read and behold. Read morePublished on April 30, 2014 by Z Hayes
This book was such a disappointment! I did love the pictures as they were beautifully done, but the story leaves much to be desired. Read morePublished on April 29, 2014 by S. Metzger