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Little kids have to go to school to learn very important things. . . but do moms have to go to Mom School to learn important things about being a good mom? This little girl sure seems to think so in this humorous illustrated book that depicts all of the funny, interesting, and important things that moms have to learn in Mom School, like how to grocery shop without losing a child, how to bait a hook, how to ride the scary rides at the fair, and so much more!
In this adorable kids-eye view of what would happen if Mom went to school, a little girl imagines Mom School, where all moms learn their amazing skills, like fixing a bike tire and baking cupcakes. With warm, funny illustrations and a fun role-reversal story in which moms act like kids, young readers will love imagining what would happen if their own moms went to Mom School.
"An appealing addition to read at Mothers Day and throughout the year."School Library Journal
"Gently funny and knowing, its a good bet for moments of mother-child bonding."Publishers Weekly
[It's] refreshing to see the diverse array of moms participating in fishing and sports in addition to baking sweet treats. This would make a unique choice for back-to-school time."Booklist
Rebecca Van Slyke is a second-grade teacher in Lynden, Washington, and has an MFA in writing for children and young adults from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. Rebecca runs the Northern Network of the Society of Childrens Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) Western Washington group. She and her husband have a college-age daughter and a spoiled mini dachshund named Sable.
Priscilla Burris is the illustrator of many books for children, including Isabelle & Isabellas Little Book of Rules, the Heidi Heckelbeck series, and I Love You All Day Long. Priscilla holds a creative-design degree from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, as well as a certificate in early childhood education. She is the National Illustrator Coordinator and Advisor for the Society of Childrens Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI). She resides with her family in Southern California.