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I Wish My Mom Was Here by Melissa Vigil

A story about a young boy who explores on his way to school and finds out how important his mom is to him.
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I Wish My Mom Was Here

Melissa Vigil

A charming story of a young boy named Fletcher who is trying to grow up too fast. As he leaves for school in the morning, he thinks he doesn't need his mom's help anymore. With his vivid imagination, Fletcher shows readers all the places he'll go without his mom on his walk to school. From exploring the ocean to racing with sled dogs to exploring the jungle, will Fletcher ever realize how important his mom is to him? Or how much he still needs her? In this heartwarming story, kids will learn valuable life lessons.


Category/Genre: Children's Fiction Ages 4-10
Hardcover ISBN: 978099958 - $24.99 US
Paperback ISBN: 97809995 - $14.99 US
Ebook ISBN: 97809995 - $8.99 US

Author Bio

Melissa is a mom to three children. When she is not busy running her kids to various activities, you can find her creating art of all kinds, hiking through the woods, entangled in a heated game of croquet or Risk, or lost in a good book in Freedom, Wisconsin. Melissa has always held a deep appreciation for children’s books and realizes the importance they play in a young person’s life. She created many books at home when her children were very young for their personal use to help them learn and understand new concepts. Melissa lost her husband to pancreatic cancer in 2018. Her children and herself have found that throwing themselves into the things they love the most helps them deal with that loss. Sometimes, it is just as simple as snuggling up together and reading a good children’s book.

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