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Books with title Her Mother's Face

  • Her Mother's Face

    Roddy Doyle, Freya Blackwood

    Hardcover (Arthur A. Levine Books, Nov. 1, 2008)
    Award winners Roddy Doyle and Freya Blackwood team up to create a heartwarming story of loss, love, and what it means to be a family.When Siobhan was just three years old, her mother died, leaving Siobhan and her father alone in their house in Dublin. They never talk about her, and now, at ten years old, Siobhan no longer remembers her mother's face.One day, Siobhan meets a mysterious woman in the park who tells her that to remember her mother, she just needs to look in a mirror. As Siobhan grows older, she sees more and more of her mother's face in her own reflection. With time, she and her father and her own daughter are able to remember Siobhan's mother with joy and laughter instead of tears.
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  • Her Mother's Face

    BLACKWOOD

    Paperback (Scholastic, March 15, 2010)
    Award winners Roddy Doyle and Freya Blackwood team up to create a heartwarming story of loss, love, and what it means to be a family.When Siobhan was just three years old, her mother died, leaving Siobhan and her father alone in their house in Dublin. They never talk about her, and now, at ten years old, Siobhan no longer remembers her mother's face.One day, Siobhan meets a mysterious woman in the park who tells her that to remember her mother, she just needs to look in a mirror. As Siobhan grows older, she sees more and more of her mother's face in her own reflection. With time, she and her father and her own daughter are able to remember Siobhan's mother with joy and laughter instead of tears.
  • Mother's Heart

    Alan Tucker

    language (MAD Design, Inc., Feb. 22, 2012)
    United we stand … divided we fall.The cunning and powerful Mogritas and his allies, like a pride of ferocious lions, maneuver and toy with the citizens of Mother, before moving in for the kill.Scattered across not one, but two worlds, Jenni and her classmates struggle to reunite for a final battle against the centuries-old shapeshifter. Can they band together in time? Or will old frictions and new threats tear them, and their adopted world, apart?Ruin or salvation, the answers lie in Mother’s Heart.
  • Her Mother's Face

    Roddy Doyle

    Paperback (Scholastic, Oct. 10, 2012)
    Siobhan missed her mother dearly. Ever since she had gone, she spent her days reminiscing about the time they spent together. She remembered her mother's voice singing and her mother's hands combing her hair, but no matter how hard Siobhan tried she could never see her mother's face.
  • Mother's Helper

    A. Bates

    language (, Dec. 5, 2012)
    Becky gets to spend the whole summer on a beautiful island, babysitting one little boy who is no trouble at all. It’s a dream job. There’s even a possible romance developing with the boy next door. Her employer is one strange lady who doesn’t seem to have a clue how to care for her own child, but that’s what she hired Becky for. Besides, she’s not around much so it’s not much of a problem. But the phone calls that ring and ring behind a locked door are a problem, and the accidents that no one really believes are accidental, and the rumors of who might be responsible for them. It’s not that easy to escape from an island if you don’t have a boat and are afraid of the water. Becky is stuck where she is, with a boss and a maybe boyfriend she can’t completely trust. But she’s going to have to trust someone, so she will have to choose between them if she wants to survive the summer.
  • HAPPY FACE: Happy "Mother's day"

    S K DHADE, Sukhdev Dhade

    eBook
    A boy name “True Dream” has a secret friend. Bed time “True Dream” reads a story of his secret friend.Morning time, his mother sees him sleeping and sing a song."My dear dear son,My lovely lovely sonSunshine, Sunshine,Morning time, morning time,You are going to school today."Listening her mother's song, boy rubs his eyes, gets up and stand beside bed.Mother goes back to kitchen and come back to boy's room.What does she see? ...........What does she do to send him to school? “My dear, dear sonMorning time, Sun risingGolden rays telling you today”******************On the way, at the corner of footpath, he sees a boy.“Hey, what’s your name”, “True Dream” said loudly.“**********”, Boy replied.“No”, “True dream” replied back and started to sing.A song to his friend“My dear, dear friendMy lovely, lovely friendDream comes, dream goesMy dream, your dreamMy home your homeMine less, your more”
  • Mother's Helper

    A. Bates

    Mass Market Paperback (Point, Aug. 1, 1991)
    Becky's summer job as a mother's helper on a beautiful island turns into a nightmare when she discovers that Mrs. Nelson has kidnapped baby Devon from his father
  • Mother's Heart

    Alan Tucker

    (MAD Design, Incorporated, Feb. 22, 2012)
    United we stand … divided we fall. The cunning and powerful Mogritas and his allies, like a pride of ferocious lions, maneuver and toy with the citizens of Mother, before moving in for the kill. Scattered across not one, but two worlds, Jenni and her classmates struggle to reunite for a final battle against the centuries-old shapeshifter. Can they band together in time? Or will old frictions and new threats tear them, and their adopted world, apart? Ruin or salvation, the answers lie in Mother’s Heart.
  • Mother's Helper

    A. Bates

    Paperback (Scholastic, March 15, 2000)
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  • Mother's Helper

    Helen Oxenbury

    Board book (Dial Books, July 1, 1991)
    Describes the mischief an industrious child gets into while trying to help his mother around the house
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  • Mother's Helper

    A. Bates

    (Point, July 6, 1782)
    Excellent Book