The Ultimate Organizer for Moms (Spiral)
Welcome Books, 9781599620763, 160pp.
Publication Date: March 9, 2010
"The Ultimate Organizer for Moms" is beautifully designed in the spirit of Welcome's best-selling Little Big Book series. Drawing on the charming vintage children's book illustrations and the poems and literary quotes so beloved in "The Little Big Book for Moms," this organizer is designed with all the fun, magic, and wonder of early childhood.
About the Author
LENA TABORI is publisher of Welcome Books. She has conceived and edited numerous titles in her career, including "Love: A Celebration in Art and Literature" (STC), and "The Little Big Book for Moms." Her two daughters are partners at Welcome Books.
Praise For The Ultimate Organizer for Moms…
"An adorable bound book celebrating the milestones of pregnancy through achild's first five years, THE ULTIMATE ORGANIZER FOR MOMS (Welcome Books)functions as part journal and part guidebook, walking a mom through theearly stages of child-rearing.
A perfect gift for someone who is expecting, the organizer begins with sections to fill out such as a family tree page and an emergency contact list. Helpful tidbits on what to expect during each month of pregnancy and when raising baby follow. Illustrated quotes run through the book, including in the chapters devoted to a child's upbringing. Find the book at Barnes & Noble and Borders."
--Parent Guide News magazine
"The Ultimate Organizer for Moms is a beautiful gift book for new mothers and mothers-to-be, complete with many photo slots, handy cover pockets, sections on pregnancy, health and development, and first, second, third, and fourth & fifth year. Vintage illustrations and childhood favorite quotations are found in loving abundance, and many suggested journal entry blanks are provided to allow the mother to record her child's many milestone events. With a background of pastel yellow and further deeper colors for illustration, The Ultimate Organizer for Moms is sure to comfort and sustain a mother's love and nurturing of her child while leaving a legacy of an heirloom record for the child to treasure further when grown."