When Annie’s mother is mean to her she tries harder to please her, but nothing works. She believes she’s unlovable and thinks she’s bad. Until her friend, Lulu shares her story and tells Annie that some mothers don’t know how to love.
This is a classic, empowering book that every child, teenager and adult should have the joy of reading.
With a unique combination of beautifully simple stories, comforting words, and powerful uplifting messages, Cassandra has been delighting young children, teenagers and adults for over fifty years.
Cassandra cuts to the heart of the lesson we all need to hear, over and over again, helping us learn to self-soothe, surround ourselves with positive influences, be empowered and love ourselves unconditionally.
Creator of the delightfully beautiful and courageous, The Little Princess, Cassandra Gaisford is a global best-seller.
Why Doesn’t Mummy Love Me? is an inspiring story and personal development guide for girls with themes on self-love, self-esteem, self-reliance and resilience.
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“A really good story. I love that the Transformational Super Kids stories have a real rhythm to them that makes for easy reading for a child. In Why Doesn’t Mummy Love Me? I particularly liked the perspective from her friend, challenging what Annie thought of herself. The gathering evidence exercise is awesome and was a reminder to me to do that more often Also for Lulu to say she didn’t see her Mummy anymore because it was too painful was very powerful. Too often, I think stories along these lines still put the onus on the reader to change themselves to somehow appease the other person Cassandra did not. In a very subtle way, she has got across that the mother’s behaviour was unacceptable and that Annie caring about herself was not selfish but necessary (it’s hard for me to admit to anyone other than my brother that life is much more stress-free without my own mother around). And lastly, the talk of being a magic mummy has a real sparkle to it – something a child could imagine doing and a helpful way out of a difficult situation. A really good story and the following author’s note, while confronting is very real and relatable.”
~ Laura V.
I am an artist, storyteller, intuitive guide, mentor and Reiki master. All my creations are infused with positive energy , inspiration, and light. I believe in magic and the power of beauty, joy, love, purpose, and creativity to transform your life. My greatest joy is helping your realize your dreams. That makes my soul sing!
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