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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Gregory Green is excited to wake up on Saturday morning and help his dad cut the grass. He tries to wake up Sammy, his teddy who sleeps beside him, but Sammy moans and does not move an inch. Gregory is worried and he calls his mom to check if anything is wrong with Sammy. They throw the covers off the bed and Gregory's mom checks. Sammy's leg is torn and needs stitching to fix it up. Gregory wears his surgical mask, has his stethoscope, and holds the scissors to help his mom. Mom stitches up Sammy and she puts his leg in a cast to heal. How did Sammy's leg get torn in the first place?
Doctor Mom: A Gregory Green Adventure (Volume 2) by Elaine Kaye is an adorable story that will captivate young readers. The characters of Sammy and Gregory are well portrayed and they are charming and palpable. I like the fact that the author has given Sammy a personality and the story proves that moms can handle anything and solve all problems. The illustrations are as delightful as the characters and the story, and they breathe life into both. Storybooks like this are always good for children to read. It is a delightful book for bedtime storytelling and parents can also give it as a gift to their children during this holiday season. Tutors and educators can use it in classrooms and school libraries for read aloud sessions.