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About the Author
Edwidge Danticat was born in Haiti and came to the United States at age twelve. Her first novel was Breath, Eyes, Memory, followed by National Book Award Finalist Krik? Krak! She is a 2009 MacArthur Fellow. Her books for young readers include Eight Days: A Story of Haiti, Mama's Nightingale, and her young adult novel Untwine. She lives in Miami.Shannon Wright is an illustrator and cartoonist in Richmond, Virginia. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Time magazine, Mother Jones, Google, and KaBOOM! Studios. Shannon co-teaches a comics course at Virginia Commonwealth University. My Mommy Medicine is her first picture book.
"Heartfelt prose . . . [and vignettes] full of glad familial love . . . leave no doubt about how good it feels to be the total center of attention." --Publishers Weekly
"A warm and fuzzy offering for sick days on the couch or everyday reading. A recommended purchase." --School Library Journal
"A sweet celebration of the special touch that only a mother can give." --Kirkus
"Cozy and comforting, this is an effective antidote for childhood illness or anxiety." --Booklist