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In All Moms Go to Heaven, well-known LDS writer Dean Hughes describes the summer he spent taking care of the kids while his wife, Kathy, worked on her master's degree. After a few weeks of drying tears (sometimes his own), changing diapers, and watching Sesame Street, Dean came to understand what mothers really do and why they're so important.
In this thoughtful and often hilarious book, you'll find plenty to ponder and to laugh about.
About the Author
Dean Hughes has published books for readers of all ages, including the bestselling historical fiction series Children of the Promise. Through Cloud and Sunshine is his one-hundredth published book. Dean holds a bachelor’s degree from Weber State University and master’s and PhD degrees from the University of Washington. He has taught English at Central Missouri State University and Brigham Young University. Dean and his wife, Kathleen Hurst Hughes, served a mission to Nauvoo, Illinois. The parents of three children and grandparents of nine, they live in Midway, Utah.
I really love this book!!!!!!
by Yazmin - reviewed on May 07, 2005
I just finish reading the first chapter! But I really wanted to say that it made me cry and smile at the same time! This MAN (or mom?) knew how to put into words what it really is like to being a mother. I can't express all the emotions that the role of a mother have. I'm a new mother of a one year old baby. And I though that I was the onlyone who felt that way. But now I see that I'm not alone! Thanks a lot!!! Att. Yazmin
Loved the booklet shared with many
by Evelyn - reviewed on June 04, 2005
I found this to be an absolutly delightful little booklet. I purchased 8 copies and gave them to my daughters, my daughter-in-laws and several friends for Mother's day but then I like all of Dean Hughes books and have read all of them that I am aware of.
by Customer - reviewed on April 24, 2006
What a wonderful book! I was able to hear Dean Hughes speak at a Time Out for Women weekend last year, and decided to share his book with several other moms in my circle of family and friends (a great visiting teaching gift!). In such a plain and simple way, he has managed to inject wisdom and inspiration into the humorous experiences he shares in this book. On top of that, there's simply something very therapeutic about being able to step back and realize the humor in your own day-to-day reality as you recognize many of the scenarios he lays out. Even if you are only able read for a few minutes at a time - which is all the time I'm sure many busy parents will have - I highly recommend it. It's very well worth the smile it will no doubt bring to your face in those few minutes.
by Customer - reviewed on September 30, 2008
This is a great Mother's Day gift!