May 2020 Books

May 2020 Books

The books I’ve put out on display for May reflect what we love to celebrate in May. This month is always a celebration of our mothers and grandmothers and all other women who have nurtured us and impacted our lives for good. It’s also a time for graduations and other celebratory moments. This year we had Nate graduate from BYU! We are SO proud of him!

Here are some of my favorite books related to mothers, women, creation, and and the stories of women who have blessed our lives:

Abuela by Arthur Dorros, illustrated by Elisa Kleven

Are You My Mother? by P. D. Eastman

A Chair for My Mother by Vera Williams

Champions of Change: 25 Women Who Made History by Naomi Watkins and Katherine Kitterman, illustrated by Brooke Smart

Everywhere Babies by Susan Meyers, illustrated by Marla Frazee

God Gave Us Families by Matthew Neeley, illustrated by multiple artists

Grandparents Book: Our Life Story Written for Our Grandchildren (PAST TIMES, Oxford England)

Happy Day: A Bouquet in a Book by Molly Hatch

I Love You As Much by Laura Krauss Melmed, illustrated by Henri Sorensen

I Love to See the Temple by Janice Kapp Perry, illustrated by Michael Muir

I Want to Be a Mommy by Judy Cooley

Jars of Hope: How One Woman Helped Save 2,500 Children During the Holocaust by

Journal of my grandmother, Lucile Pingree

The Lady with the Alligator Purse by Mary Ann Hoberman and Nadine Bernard Westcott

Memories of Mom (a photo book that my children made for me)

Momma, Where Are You From? by Marie Bradby, illustrated by Chris K. Soentpiet

My Home Can Be a Holy Place by Kristen Oaks, illustrated by Dan Burr

Once There Was a Mom by Emily Watts, illustrated by Destin Cox

The Seashore Book by Charlotte Zolotow, illustrated by Wendell Minor

Sister Eternal: A True Story Told by Dieter F. Uchtdorf, illustrated by Ben Sowards

Something to Remember Me By: A Story about Love and Legacy by Susan V. Bosak with Lauire McGraw

The Story of the Creation from the Book of Moses by Daniel and Rebecca Ridges Jensen

What Do You Say, Dear? A Book of Manners for All Occasions by

What Latter-day Stripling Warriors Learn from Their Mothers by Ardeth Greene Kapp

Wheels on the Bus illustrated by Sylvie Kantorovitz Wickstrom

When I Pray for You by Matthew Paul Turner, illustrated by Kimberly Barnes

While Mama Had a Quick Little Chat by Amy Reichert, illustrated by Alexandra Boiger

Who Says Women Can’t Be Doctors? The Story of Elizabeth Blackwell by Tanya Lee Stone, illustrated by Marjorie Priceman

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