Nurse Mommy

Nurse Mommy

By Kristyn Boland

Illustrated by Vanessa Alexandre

Picture Book

38 Pages

Ages 2-7

Mascot Books

Hardcover

What does Mommy do when she goes to work? From giving medicine to listening with her stethoscope, Nurse Mommy’s job is important because she helps people feel better. But what about her family at home―does Nurse Mommy really have to leave to go to work? Nurse Mommy helps young children understand what the nurse in their life is doing when they go to work at night.

My Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

A young child is upset that Nurse Mommy leaves every night. So Daddy explains all the important stuff that Nurse Mommy does while she is away at work. Daddy let’s the baby know that Nurse Mommy misses them while she is away. I love how this book emphasizes the importance of nurses. They play a very important role in everyone’s health and are definitely everyday heroes. This book is wonderfully written in rhyming verses. The illustrations are fantastic.

About The Author

Kristyn Boland lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with her husband, Tim, her son, Owen, and their dog, Bo. She graduated from East Carolina University College of Nursing in 2014. Kristyn started her career working in Pediatric Intensive Care and later moved to Postpartum Care, where she takes care of moms and their new babies in the hospital. When she returned to work after having her son, she wanted to find a book for her husband to read to her son at bedtime explaining where she was and why she went to work at night. When she couldn’t find one, she decided to write it herself!

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I want to take a moment and thank the team at Foreword Publicity for gifting me a copy of this book so that I could share it with you. To get your hands on a copy just click on the link below!

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Thank you for coming by today, your continued support means the world to me. I hope you all have a wonderful day!

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