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Monster Mama

This book caught my eye on a recent outing to the library with the kiddos. They wanted nothing to do with it but I couldn’t leave its side.  Mama and her boy in the top right corner look as if they are dreams and nightmares, coexisting as one. It reminded me of a  Guillermo del Toro ghost story.

After only one reading Curls and Red couldn’t get enough. They love it so much they have asked to get their own copies for their birthdays.

Damn, I love it when I’m right.

Monster Mama

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Making a mad dash for the happy. Stay hydrated my friends.

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