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TITLE: Mommy Holds My Hand
By Gina Martin
07/09/05
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Genre: Picture book; Ages 4-8
Mommy Holds My Hand
By Gina Martin 1998


Mommy holds my hand when I feel sad.
Mommy holds my hand when I am scared.
Mommy holds my hand when to help me safely cross the street.
Mommy holds my hand when I am sick.
Mommy holds my hand when I don't know what I want.
Mommy holds my hand when my friends will not play with me.
Mommy holds my hand when I cannot sit across from her in the restaurant.
Mommy holds my hand at night before I go to sleep.
Mommy holds my hand when we visit the doctor.
Mommy holds my hand when I cannot stop crying.
Mommy holds my hand when I get in trouble.
Mommy holds my hand when I fall down and hurt my knee.
Mommy holds my hand when I am around people that are new to me.
Mommy holds my hand when I jump in the deep before I can swim real good.
Mommy holds my hand when we pray in church.
Mommy holds my hand when she says she loves me.
Mommy holds my hand when the dentist works on my teeth.
Mommy holds my hand when I am embarrassed.
Mommy holds my hand because she loves me.
I hold mommy’s hand because she is my mommy.

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