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Anne F. Rockwell
 
1.   Mother’s Day
Anne F. Rockwell (Author), Lizzy Rockwell (Illustrator)
The children in Mrs. Madoff's multicultural classroom share all the ways they'll be celebrating Mother's Day, such as making beignets in powdered sugar, hiking to the top of a mountain, and going to the biggest museum in the city. Rockwell introduces a variety of children, representing many ethnic and family backgrounds, including a single mom and a grandmother who is raising her deceased daughter-in-law's child.
[Grade Level: Pre-K - 2]
 
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