Mommy, Pick Me Up

Written by Soledad Bravi | Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR) | April 2016

A little boy calls for help from his mom whenever he needs anything—help finding his pajamas, assistance on the potty, or just a snuggle. Then he finally calls for his dad. Whatever could he want? This is sure to inspire giggles from both parents and kids, as they recognize parts of their own daily routines on these pages.

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