Book Review: Mother’s Love

Mother's Love: Animal moms and their babies by Diana Aleksandrova With a Guest Post, Book Review + Giveaway via iRead Book Tours!

About The Book

Book Title: Mother’s Love: Animal moms and their babies by Diana Aleksandrova
Category:  Children’s Fiction (ages 3 to 7), 32 pages
Genre:  Children’s Book
Publisher:  Dedoni Books
Release date:  November 5, 2021
Content Rating:  G.  Suitable for everyone.

Book Description:

A mother’s love is like the air;
you may not see it, but it’s there.

A mother’s love is universal; and yet the way each species shows its love is unique.

In a cloud, I’ll build a nest.
For you, I want the very best.
My love is fierce and very bright.
It makes the world feel safe and right.

Mother’s Love is a lyrical celebration of the unconditional bond every mother has with her child. The book is written from the point of view of ten different animal moms, ranging from elephants to eagles and depicts the various sides of motherhood, including joy, resilience, and sacrifice.

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Born and raised in Bulgaria, Diana Aleksandrova moved across the ocean in pursuit of the American dream, only to realize that her dream was not limited to any one country, or even continent. Rather, it was within her all along.

Diana finds joy in creating stories that make kids of all ages laugh-out-loud, open up their minds and hearts, and let their imaginations run freely.

“Books are our tickets to adventure. They let us explore fascinating places, and join charming heroes, crooked villains, and magical creatures through unforgettable journeys. My job is to create the itinerary.”

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More From Diana Aleksandrova

What advice would you give budding writers?

Perfection, if such a thing is even possible, takes practice. To be a writer, you have to be a reader first. Read as many books as you can in the genre you want to write in, but never limit yourself to that. Crossing genres is my favorite way to find inspiration and new ideas. Analyze the books, find out what works for you and what doesn’t. I found out that once I started writing, the way I read changed. I still read primarily for pleasure, but once in a while, I stop and analyze the plot twist, the characters, or the author’s voice.

My other advice is to write what you are passionate about. That not only makes writing much more fun but also makes your work exceptional. It shows when an author is enthusiastic about the subject she writes about. Mother’s Love was so much fun to work on because I am fascinated with animals and compiling fun facts about them to use in the book was more fun than work for me.

Read, write and be passionate!

My Thoughts

This book was SO cute!

Diana Aleksandrova dedicated it to moms everywhere and it resonates throughout the book. Through lyrical voice Diana Aleksandrova shows many ways that moms show their love for their children. I loved the different animals shown (and how neat it was that she included what animal kids are called, therefore adding to the educational side), each one with a beautiful and brightly colored illustration.

My Favorite was the Elephant:

“The wait seemed endless, giving birth. My child’s the biggest one on Earth. Your tantrums keep me ‘on my toes,’ as you extend your lengthy nose.”

It was just too cute! The whole book really captured my kid’s attention and they loved it, because of the different animals and the colors used. They also liked learning more about the animals in the back of the book where Diana Aleksandrova added some cool facts about each one.

A definite 5-star book.

And coolly enough it was published (at least printed) in Coppell, TX right in my backyard!

*I volunteered to read this book in return for my honest feedback. The thoughts and opinions expressed within are my own.

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