A Note for Mom
All mothers love their children, but what is a mother’s love?
Is it a kiss, a hug, or a gentle reminder? Is it making a healthy breakfast? Could it be all of these and more?
What happens when they make mistakes? Children may fear that their parents will stop loving them when they do or say things that should not do or say.
In the forest sits a group of adorable baby animals with their school teacher, engaged in a charming conversation about what a mothers’ love truly is.
Don’t worry, Dad, read the book; there is a surprise for you too
About the author
Ayala Saar is blessed with two children and has always had a love for literature and films.
Ayala is a certified personal and business coach. She also has an MBA-specializing in organizational management.
In the years since her studies Ayala has been working in management and in motivating people to fulfill themselves. In recent years she is also volunteers as a lecturer on professional and personal empowerment. She live in Tel- Aviv Israel
Ayala’s books combine personal experience with an extensive knowledge she acquired over the years. They are aimed so that children will develop life skills, values and good manners.
Her books are fun and filled with humor and beautiful pictures so both children and adults will enjoy reading them over and over again.
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The now seasoned author of children’s books Ayala Saar is a certified personal and business coach. She also has an MBA-specializing in organizational management from Israel’s Ono Academic College. Her career since graduation has been spent working in management and in motivating people to fulfill themselves. In recent years she is also volunteers as a lecturer on professional and personal empowerment. This is her fourth book in a very successful series and this time her book is illustrated by the very well respected artist Abira Das
Written in charming rhyme we encounter baby animals in the forest learning from their teacher the owl. The owl asks significant questions of the class about how do they know things and the class answers because they can see or touch or smell them. But what about things we can’t see or touch or smell – how about feelings? The focal point turns to how do they know their mommy loves them and each has a reason, proving that a mother’s love is real because we feel it. When a kitten recalls an incident when losing his temper, the class is informed that the mother said her love was unconditional. The kitten decides to rectify behavior by creating a note card that says he love his mom – and the rest of the class follows suit.
And Ayala adds that the class has the same response to their dads – they love both their parents unconditionally. This is a very sweet tale, beautifully told and illustrated – a book children will cherish as they share it with parents they love. Grady Harp, April 15
In the forest a group of baby animals answer the question? How do they know their mom love them?
I asked my kids this question and we had a quality time talk about it. we also talked: that even when we say “No” we still love them and setting boundarieng is part of parents’ love.
The iluustrations are amazing and funny,and my dauters realy Love them.