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Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite
I Can Do What Mommy Can Do is a children’s picture book written by Kitty Arceneaux and illustrated by W. Smiley Isaac. Four-year-old Tess loves staying home with her mom during the day and watching her as she does her daily tasks. When Tess sees her mom reading the newspaper, she wants to read the newspaper too. Her mom teaches her each of the words in the paper, and Tess happily sits there reading with her mom. Tess enjoys sharing the chores with mom as well and asks to learn how to fold towels and make peanut butter sandwiches. Since her mom made a sandwich for her, Tess thinks it only fair that she should make one for her mom. Her mom loves that sandwich! Mommy and Tess have a grand day together, working on computers for their businesses, going shopping, and finally praying before bedtime.
Kitty Arceneaux’s I Can Do What Mommy Can Do captures the close and loving relationship between a mother and daughter, where the daughter is inspired to try to do things just like her mom does. From housework and daily chores to business management, the two work quite well as a team, and you can see how inspirational the mom is for her daughter. W. Smiley Isaac’s illustrations are brightly colored, whimsical and lots of fun and they add dimension to this religious-themed, entertaining, and educational book for preschoolers. I Can Do What Mommy Can Do is highly recommended.