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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Molly's mom wanted to take her on a stroll and show her the forest outside their hole. The forest can be scary for a little fox as there are tigers, creepers, giant rocks, tall trees, falling hives, and angry bees. Molly's mom told her to be brave when she saw something unfamiliar, know when to fight and when to run, and also spot friends who are good and bad. Molly's mom wanted to take Molly to her favorite place and they reached a spot with pink flowers, streams, and bright waterfalls. It was enchanting and Molly had seen these kinds of places only in her dreams. Molly's mom advised her to follow the stream if she lost her way and they both splashed and sploshed in the stream. They lay on a rock in the sun and dried themselves. The sun was starting to set and it was time for them to go back. Molly knew one day she would be able to roam in the forest on her own but, for now, she was happy exploring with her mommy.
Me and My Fluffy Mom: The Sweet Little Children's Story of a Little Fox and Her Mommy Going on an Adventure in the Forest by Jessica Neal is an adorable adventure story where readers see a mother fox advising the little fox how to stay safe and be careful while exploring the forest. The illustrations are wonderful and they give the story a good pace and movement and make the images vivid and tangible to readers. The story also captures the bonding between a mother and a child. It is a good storybook for parents and tutors to use for storytelling sessions to take youngsters on an adventure into the forest and teach them important life lessons in an interesting way.