Top 10 Moms Books

    The Best Mother
    5.7
    01
    The Best Mother
    Written by C. M. Surrisi & illustrated by Diane Goode
    Mommy's Best Kisses
    5.4
    02
    Mommy's Best Kisses
    Written by Margaret Anastas & illustrated by Susan Winter
    How to Raise a Mom
    5.3
    Series
    03
    How to Raise a Mom
    Written by Jean Reagan & illustrated by Lee Wildish
    Someday
    5.3
    04
    Someday
    Written by Alison McGhee & illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds
    You Be Mommy
    5.2
    Series
    05
    You Be Mommy
    Written by Karla Clark & illustrated by Zoe Persico
    On the Night You Were Born
    5.0
    06
    On the Night You Were Born
    Written and illustrated by Nancy Tillman
    My Mom Is Magical
    4.9
    Series
    07
    My Mom Is Magical
    Written and illustrated by Hello!Lucky
    Mommy, Carry Me Please!
    4.7
    Series
    08
    Mommy, Carry Me Please!
    Written by Jane Cabrera
    I've Loved You Since Forever
    4.6
    09
    I've Loved You Since Forever
    Written by Hoda Kotb & illustrated by Suzie Mason
    I Will Love You
    4.5
    10
    I Will Love You
    Written by Alyssa Satin Capucilli & illustrated by Lisa Anchin

There are many different types of moms. We've made the ultimate list of our favorite literary moms or motherly figures (whether they gave birth or not) to help you celebrate all things mom related—Mother's Day, mother-and-son or mother-and-daughter relationships, and all the little moments moms are a part of each and every day (like reading to their kids, wiping off messy faces, and helping their children navigate the world around them). From hugs and kisses, comfort and smiles, magic or reality (is there actually a difference when it comes to mothers?), these moms show what motherhood is all about: love. Plus, a whole lot of strength, intelligence, hard-work, and selflessness. Whether they're working moms, adoptive mothers, grandmas, or another motherly figure, we're pretty sure you'll fall in love with all of them. Try filtering our list to find a story based on a reader's age. If you're a new mom looking for books to read to your baby, try choosing board books for ages 0-3. Toddlers also enjoy board books and can try out picture books for ages 3-6. Chapter books are geared for older children ages 7 and up. Choose the "Show All" option for our entire list. Enjoy these stories about mothers, and let us know if you have any books you'd add to the list!

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