Item description for Mom Remembers: A Treasury of Memories for My child by Judith Levy...
From the creators of the bestselling Grandmother Remembers comes this wonderful fill-in book with blank spaces for Moms to recall their own precious memories, thoughts and feelings, and places to feature treasured family photographs. Full-color illustrations.
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Studio: Stewart, Tabori and Chang
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.1" Width: 8.7" Height: 0.5" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 1997
Publisher Stewart, Tabori and Chang
ISBN 1556705948 ISBN13 9781556705946
Availability 0 units.
More About Judith Levy
Judith Levy is the author of several keepsake books, including "Grandmother Remembers Holidays." She and her husband, Herb, were named Grandparents of the Year in 2007 for the state of Florida, where they live.
Judith Levy currently resides in Boca Raton, in the state of Florida. Judith Levy has an academic affiliation as follows - Hebrew University or Jerusalem, Israel.
Reviews - What do customers think about Mom Remembers: A Treasury of Memories for My child?
Misleading Headings Jul 7, 2008
I bought this book because I liked how it had so many sections for the baby's family history. Reading the reviews above, people commented that it only asks for the Dad's information. It is just extremely poorly written; the sections titled "My Grandparents" are actually for the mother to fill in not for the baby's grandparent information. These headings are not even consistent in referring to the mother in the "my" sections. Unfortunately I only figured this out after I had filled in about 5 pages for the baby's perspective, as most baby books are formatted. My husband and I had both read through the headings before filling out the pages and it was still confusing. As long as you know this the book is fine. I am not happy with it because the book is now ruined since the wrong pages were filled out.
Great Jun 18, 2008
I already had one copy of this book for another child and so these will be used for my twins. It is so nice because there is space for memories and also pictures. Great for someone who isn't big on scrap booking, but still wants to record memories of a child and of their family. I love it.
Mom Remembers Review Aug 10, 2005
I think it's a neat book that I plan to give my son one day so he has a history of his family. It's easy to fill out and fun!
Disappointed at chauvinist skew of this book Nov 9, 2002
I really like the lay-out of this book, it's easy to fill in, the illustrations are great and lots of room for pictures. I began filling in the pages and came to a point in the questions that I found odd, it asked how Dad and Grandpa earned their livings, but not Mom or Grandma. Strange, but okay, maybe the original print of the book was from the Cleaver era. As I continued filling in, I came to the sections for background information pertaining to "Dad's Mother's Parents" and "Dad's Father's Parents," but there are no sections for information about Mom's parents. I thought maybe it was a misprint. However I am now at another section about Dad's Parents, how they met, where they were married, etc. But again no section to fill in about Mom's Parents' courtship. It's as though the maternal grandparent's don't matter. When the heck was the original printing of this book?? If I hadn't already written in it I would return it. If this doesn't seem like it would bother you, then the book is a great easy way to fill in memories. However, I happen to think my heritage is just as important as my husbands. Hope this was helpful.
Not for single mothers Nov 8, 2000
It's a nice book except it doesn't work if you are a single mother. There is a good portion of the book dedicated to memories of "Dad," including when Mom and Dad met, when they were engaged, married, who Dad's parents are, and so on. If it were just a page or two I could work around this by pasting pictures on those pages but it really takes up quite a bit of the book. This isn't something you would know by reading the book's description or other reviews.