The Kissing Hand

Llama Llama Misses Mama: Read Together Edition (Read Together, Be Together)

Author: Audrey Penn

Chester Raccoon and his mother – and the ways love works to reassure us and give us strength in a sometimes scary world – are the focus of this beautifully written and illustrated children’s book. The Kissing Hand makes a wonderful gift for a child entering school or going to camp for the first time, or for any occasion where a child will be temporarily separated from home….Read More

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