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Mom & Me & Mom, written and read by Maya Angelou (audiobook excerpt)
Me and My Mom! Book
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I am delighted to introduce my first ever book for young children. I heard them laugh, enjoyed each story with them, and soon decided to bring my creation to a wider audience. The world of Ella and her magical mother is, in many ways, real. Ella goes to school and plays with her friends. Her mother is like any other… except when she turns into a fairy! My own children adored the fact that her phone turns into a magical Computawand. I could see them eyeing up my phone.
A dancer as well as a writer, she lives with her family in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. Susan Mitchell is originally from Scotland, where she studied drawing and painting at the Edinburgh College of Art. In , she moved to Montreal, where now lives with her husband and son while working as a freelance commercial illustrator. Susan has designedmore Christmas cards than Santa has whiskers. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Follow mothers and their children on a sweet adventure through every season!
The book was published shortly before Mother's Day and Angelou's 85th birthday. It focuses, for the first time in her books, on Angelou's relationship with her mother, Vivian Baxter. The book explains Baxter's behavior, especially Baxter's abandonment of Angelou and Angelou's older brother when they were young children, and fills in "what are possibly the final blanks in Angelou's eventful life". After Baxter helps her through the birth of her son, Angelou goes from calling Baxter "Lady" to "Mom". At the same time she made a deliberate attempt to challenge the usual structure of the autobiography by critiquing, changing, and expanding the genre.