Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - Sofia the First: Me and Our Mom

Monday, February 9, 2015

Book Review - Sofia the First: Me and Our Mom

Sofia the First: Me and Our Mom
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About the Book
Sofia is so excited to spend the day with her mom at the annual Mother's Day Picnic-until she learns that Amber and James are joining too. Sofia wants her mom to herself on Mother's Day! But when her witch friend Lucinda offers a helping spell that ultimately backfires, Sofia learns that it's important to share this special day-and her mom.

My Take on the Book
Sofia is Miranda's daughter, but Miranda has two step children too. Amber and James love Miranda like a mother. The transition for Sofia from being an only child to sharing her mother has been difficult. 

The story shows the love Miranda has for her three children and how she tries to help Sofia feel the importance of including Amber and James. There are lessons to be learned in sharing, that a mother has enough love for all her children, and performing good acts are rewarding. 

This story is targeted for children ages 3-5. The illustrations are colorful. There are humorous as well as serious sections in the story. The text is easy for a young child to understand.

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