Mothers do so much! And, many times, we feel we're doing it all alone! We have no cheerleaders; our husbands are far away in their offices, our babies and toddlers are oblivious to the destruction they leave in their wake, and our angsty teenagers snarl at us like caged tigers.
At such times, it would be wonderful to have a handy pocket-sized companion whispering to us, "Hey, you're doing okay."
That's what this book is for. It is a tiny companion to tuck into your handbag (or diaper bag) that reassures you that all the things you are doing every day—worldshaking or tiny—do count! Let this book inspire you to celebrate motherhood, and encourage you to Keep Calm and Mother On!
Author: Pauline Loh is an award-winning writer with more than 25 years of writing experience. She was a journalist with Singapore Press Holdings, Editor of a family magazine and a Corporate Communications officer. After she resigned from full-time work to care for her three children, she wrote freelance for websites, magazines and corporations. As a book author, she has published 10 adult non-fiction books, two youth books and five children's story books. She is the winner of the First Time Writers and Illustrators Publishing Initiative 2009 and the Scholastic Asian Book Award 2012; her book Grandma's Eightieth Birthday won Dr Toy's 100 Best Children's Products 2013. Pauline graduated from Singapore Chinese Girls' School, Raffles Junior College and the National University of Singapore.