Mother’s Day’s right around the corner, so naturally we’re featuring books about moms this week on What to Read Wednesday. I’m more of a Molly Weasley than a Caroline Ingalls, m’self. Who are some of your favorite literary moms?
IRL I’m surrounded by a bunch of great moms –my mom, step-mom, grandma, Husband’s mother, my sister, girlfriends– who inspire and instruct me on what’s without a doubt the most challenging, yet worthwhile title I’ll ever hold. I’ve said it before: It takes a village, and I’m grateful for mine.
Obligatory Mother’s Day throwback:
Fast forward to yesterday, gettin’ our pampering on with the one who birthed us.
But back to books… here are a few of our household favorites about moms & motherhood. (click pics for links) We salute ye!
I’m currently reading (loving!) this new one from Louis Anderson, a compilation of letters written to his late mother– she’s the inspiration for the Emmy-winning character he masterfully plays on Baskets, a show I also adore.
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