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Mother's Day 2021

Mother’s Day 2021 (this Sunday, May 9, people) is, of course, the second one to fall during the pandemic. Boston Public Garden’s Duckling Day is virtual yet again, which means you don’t need to be local to be a part of the celebration. (Read more by and about the Ducklings' papa, Robert McCloskey, here.) 

Here are some recommended books, articles, and blog posts featuring moms, mother figures, and Mother’s Day; find plenty more about mothers (and dads, and grandparents, and other loving caregivers) over at Family Reading

Happy Mother's Day! 

Kitty Flynn
Kitty Flynn is consulting editor for The Horn Book, Inc.

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