Don't You Wish Your Momma Could Cook Like Mine?
When Alex's Mom yells, "Come and eat!" he turns in the other direction and tries to retreat. Young Alex will do anything to get out of eating what his mother cooks.
Read along and laugh as Alex eats food that does not agree with him just so he can spare his well-intentioned mother's feelings in, Don't You Wish Your Momma Could Cook Like Mine?
Don't You Wish Your Momma Could Cook Like Mine is written in a rhyming scheme which makes reading fun and enjoyable. Parents who want to test their children’s level of comprehension can use the reading exercise at the end of the book to spur an academic discussion with their kids.
About Colleen H. Robley Blake (Fairfield County, Connecticut Author)
Colleen H. Robley Blake was born in Trinidad, West Indies and spent most of her childhood there until moving to Brooklyn, New York when she was twelve. She now resides in Connecticut.
Colleen's work is deeply inspired by her family. She is also the author of I Can't Wait Till I'm Five, Living With Mom, Spending Time With Dad, Mom I Fired The Babysitter and Don't You Wish Your Momma Could Cook Like Mine?