Chicken Soup for the Soul:The Magic of Mothers & Daughters Review and Giveaway – 3 Winners!

My Thoughts on Chicken Soup for the Soul

The Magic of Mothers & Daughters

There is a special bond between girls and their Mom’s. I am very blessed to be close to my Mom and I really don’t know what I would ever do without her. Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Magic of Mothers & Daughters is a great book that contains over 100 stories about that special bond. These stories will make you laugh and make you cry. Thank you Chicken Soup for the Soul for yet another amazing book!

On the Back

There is something unique about a mother and daughter- they way they look and act alike, their common interests, their mutual respect and admiration- and these 101 stories celebrate that loving relationship. You will be inspired and entertained by these stories about:

  • mothers and daughters of all ages

  • the bond between mothers and daughters

  • the changing roles of mothers and daughters as they move through the stages of life

  • the magical, mysterious similarities between them

  • becoming mothers through adoption and step-parenting

  • the lessons mothers and daughters learn from each other

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  1. ruth ramos says:

    we are 8 brothers and sisters and we loved to help our parents when they were cooking, especially during the holidays, it was more the mess we made than what we help, but mom never complaint.

  2. I remember when my mom and dad were still married we rented a winnebago and went to Mt.Shasta. We had so much fun. Also going to Stuart’s Point to stay at the family cabin was fun too. We went fishing and played in the streams. My sisters and I had a good childhood.
    Every holiday is fun with tons of pics taken to remember.

  3. sheri grennille says:

    baking christmas cookies with my mom on a “sick” day from school.

  4. jennifer wexler says:

    my favorite memory was when my family went to disney world and then a cruise to the bahamas

  5. Spending time with my mom who passed away when I was 15…. Miss her so much..

  6. Yes, many
    Gladys P
    sps1113 at yahoo dot com

  7. Ali Watson says:

    I am one of three girls. We are all grown now, and I have always been closest with my mom. She is one of my best friends, and I feel an even stronger bond now that I have a child of my own!

  8. Jamie Brigham says:

    I do not have any memories I blocked them all out after my dad died when I was 8 and when my mom died at 31 from unknown causes. Life Is definitely unfair,

  9. Nancye Davis says:

    I have lots of memories from my childhood. One special memory was when we found some old appliance boxes and made “clubhouses” out of them. My older brother and his friend decided to charge us “rent” and I went to my dad and asked him for some money. I can still hear the sound of the coins clanking together in his pocket. Fun times! (BTW- I never did give my brother any “rent” becuase just about that time the Ice Cream Truck came along and I bought some ice cream instead!)

    nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

  10. deb kovac says:

    Watching movies and hang out with my sisters and mom. Plus all of us kids friends. It was a great time.

  11. Kriste Mcdonald says:

    My special moments were of my grandmother, my mom and I in the kitchen cooking for holidays. As a kid I would want to take the cookie dough or lick the bowl from cake batter. LOL

    • Cooking cookies in the kitchen at grandma’s meant we had to reserve cookie dough for grandpa. It was a must!

  12. I have so many wonderful memories of my childhood!!

  13. Priscilla Benavides says:

    I remember going with my mom to go visit my grandmother on Sundays, and we would have sweet bread and coffee together and they would talk about the things going on in their lives.

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