Kyla loves her mother so much she doesn’t want Mommy to pay attention to anyone else. But Mommy says it’s important to show love to others. Through interactions with family, the community and even strangers, Mommy teaches Kyla how to express kindness and love to everyone around her.
Mommy, Do You Love Me? was written with three goals in mind: to encourage children to show love and compassion for family and humanity, to help them to recognize love when it is expressed, and to teach them to give to those who have less. Composed in rhyme to enhance readability and full of adorable illustrations designed to promote inclusion, children will love hearing the story over and over while absorbing its message.
Mommy, Do You Love Me? is the second of four picture books written by Melinda Pruitt. All encourage diversity and character building through rhythmic prose, and provide the ability to personalize the book by adding a child's pictures. Each book demonstrates that all people want their children to be happy, healthy and safe. Look for all four of Melinda's books: I Choose You From a Thousand Babies; Mommy, Do You Love Me?; Son, You Decide; and Grandma, I Can't Read.