Where's My Mommy?

Where s My Mommy When sleepy little kitty wakes from her nap she can t find her mommy She asks the barn animals for help Her new friends are happy to help Moo says the calf Oink sys the pig Quack says the duck After

When sleepy little kitty wakes from her nap, she can t find her mommy She asks the barn animals for help Her new friends are happy to help Moo says the calf Oink sys the pig Quack says the duck After all, that s how they call their mommies Poor little kitty s mommy is nowhere to be founduntil kitty tries one thing.

  • [PDF] Where's My Mommy? | by ☆ Carol Roth Julian, Sean Sean Julian
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  1. Carol Roth Julian, Sean Sean Julian Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Where's My Mommy? book, this is one of the most wanted Carol Roth Julian, Sean Sean Julian author readers around the world.

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  1. Little Kitty lives on a farm with her mommy One day Little Kitty wakes up from a nap and can t find her mama She asks the other babies on the farm for help, and they tell her how they call their mamas Finally she starts to cry and her mommy comes running Only parts of this rhyme, when the animals are calling It s light on details and a little repetitive for an adult The illustrations are cute and wispy with good colors and beautiful scenery I especially like the brushstrokes in the treetops Ther [...]



  2. Looking for a cute picture book to share Check out Where s My Mommy by Carol Roth Illustrator Sean Julian s adorable drawings of a kitten and other farm animals pair nicely with Roth s simple and sweet story Little Kitty has awoken from her cozy nap to discover that her mommy has gone missing Where s my mommy Little Kitty asks every animal in the farmyard The calf suggests she call Moo, Moo, Moo, Pig suggests Oink, Oink, Oink, and so on Little Kitty s mommy does not come running until she hears [...]


  3. Little Kitty wakes up and tries to find her mommy, asking for help from cow, pig, duck and horse The tale isn t new We ve all heard it before from Choco, owl babies, etc The rhyming is fun until you get to the last page.


  4. For writers this book provides an example of incorporating rhyming in dialog without having a complete rhyming text.



  5. Cute illustrations Who doesn t love cats And it s good for farm animal sound recognition as well as a cute Mother s day book.





  6. When sleepy Little Kitty awakens from her nap, she can t find her mommy, so she asks the barnyard animals for help but has no success until she tries one last thing.


  7. I guess this would be fun to act out, but after 30 years of having Kindergarten perform Are You My Mother I m not sure I m objective about this one.






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