Marshall Books

What I Love About You, Mom

(Kate and David Marshall, Penguin Random House/Plume, 2013)

 

Your Mom is one of the most important people in your life–here’s your chance to tell her.

 

Photo of book cover: "What I Love About You, Mom" by Kate & David Marshall

What I Love About You, Mom provides a personal and heartfelt way to tell your mother just how much you appreciate all that she has done for you. With writing prompts, checklists, and space for photos or drawings, this journal celebrates all that is unique and wonderful about your relationship. It’s a gift she will cherish forever.

 

Sample Prompts:

Here’s a picture of us when I was young…
I used to love it when you…
It meant a lot to me when you…
Thank you for not…
Here’s something I wish we could do more often…
Two things I especially look forward to in our future…
If I could take you anywhere in the world, I’d take you to…

 

Kate thanked her mom for teaching her to love animals, both real and pretend.

Videos:

1. What’s something you want to thank your mom for, big or small?  Watch.

2. What’s one memory about your mom from when you were a kid? Watch.

3. What’s something special or unique about your mom? Watch.

 

 

Reviewers Say:

 

“My mom is obsessed with this gift… as I intended for her to be. Finally, I did something right!!”

 

“She loved it. She cried. I am officially her favorite child.”

 

“One of my grown children sent me this book chock full of reminiscences that evoke even more memories. Good “prompts” elevate this way above my expectations for a “fill-in-the-blank” book. It’s fun to read (and I think also to do) and something to cherish for many years.”

 

“I was looking for something special to give to my mother and this was the perfect book. I was able to make it just for my mom with my personal feelings, thoughts, memories. I loved it and so did my Mom!

 

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