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Boyd, Lizi

I Love Mommy

(4) PS In Daddy, a boy frog describes a day spent with his dad; in Mommy, it's a girl frog who rhapsodizes about her day spent in her mother's company. The narratives have no restrictions--no plot, no conflict, no rhymes--to relieve them from their focus on the loving relationship between parent and offspring. Like the texts, the flat gouache illustrations are deceptively artless. Review covers these titles: I Love Daddy and I Love Mommy.


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