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Motherhood by JC Little (Picture Book)
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It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words.

One of the books that is an epitome of this statement is Motherhood. Motherhood is a picture book that depicts the bond between mother and child.  No words are used at all throughout the book.

The author does a terrific job with the illustrations.  She has a knack of using the simplest technique to capture such universal expressions, like joy, confusion and sadness.  I also liked the progression of the heart (child): from when it crawled to when it began walking and gaining a sense of independence.


Verdict: 10 out of 10 Stars

This is one of those book that touches the heart.  Whether you are a parent that wants to share a greatly illustrated work with a message or if you are a youthful spirit that wants to celebrate and reminisce over the process, JC Little has successfully crafted a work that has universal appeal.



About nolabels

I have an appreciation for the unique, love for all types of art, and fierce attractions to brilliant intellectuals (from book smarts to street smarts). Lover of humanity but feel humans have lost their way, just trying to stay true to myself as conformity threatens to take me away. Simply one head, many crowns: Author. Reviewer. Columnist.

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This entry was posted on May 10, 2014 by in books, e-books and tagged , .

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