Customer Reviews: A Mother's Promise (A Terri Cohlene Book) (Terri Cohlene Books)
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on July 16, 2004
This is a beautifully written and lovingly illustrated book about the nurturing bond that develops between a mother and child. It is also a book filled with feelings of adoration, which lend themselves to the mystery of that special spirit known as life.
When I first noticed that David Danioth had illustrated this book, I knew right away that it would be beautifully done. Mr. Danioth's talent knows no bounds. Then, as I read A Mother's Promise, my heart was filled with a tenderness that is hard to explain. This feeling of sensitivity and softness was enhanced by the stunning illustrations, which were so realistic that I wanted to reach my fingers out to caress the baby's tiny face.
While preparing to bring new life into the world, mothers everywhere whisper promises to their unborn child. They know that the world can be a perilous place, with unknown terrors, but promises that come directly from an adoring heart become inspiring and hopeful messages of love.
*****This awe-inspiring book is guaranteed to stir memories in the heart of every mother, and will become a treasure that can be handed down to every child.*****
Reviewed by Ruth Wilson for Huntress Reviews.
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on December 30, 2007
"When you are born...I promise to help you remember all you have forgotten. I promise the will hear the beating of its heart against the shores." In this lyrical language, A Mother's Promise reminds us of our connection to the earth and of its diverse beauty as a mother makes a series of promises to her unborn child. It also reminds us of our responsibility to the nurture, love, and take great care of it so that we and future generations can enjoy it. David Danioth's illustrations are soft and gentle and full of warmth and beauty. The images of the mother holding her newborn infant are especially stunning.
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VINE VOICEon March 4, 2005
This is a sweet picture book all about the special bond between a mother and a child. It tells of all the hopes and dreams that a mother has when she brings a child into the world. The book features a mother promising lots of things to her newborn child. She promises to love the child and respect him or her as well.

The illustrations were breathtaking and the babies featured in the book looked so sweet!

I would recommend this book for mothers and young children to read. It has a very positive message.
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on December 31, 2012
This is a beautiful book with exceptional pictures that captures the love that a mother feels for her baby. I give this book to new mothers as a gift.
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on March 3, 2013
A very sweet book to read to your baby....and as they get older they learn to appreciate the meaning that goes behind every word and emotion. Love it.
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on June 24, 2004
Excellent book for the soon to be mom or anyone who treasures the promise of new life. To be enjoyed at any age. It makes a wonderful gift.
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on December 30, 2014
I would highly recommend this book as a gift for any mother to be. It's a beautifully written and awesomely inspiring book!
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