Momma Don't You Worry is a beautifully illustrated book written by Louie Lawent. It's about a 6-year old boy who thinks he's already too cool to still be holding his momma's hand. He even told his mom that there's no need to fear. Then one day, at the mall, he wandered off and found himself lost. Eventually the little boy found his mom. It's a good thing that his momma taught him what to do when he gets lost.
What I love about this book was it was very easy and fun to read. I even asked Henry to read it to me. I asked him if he learned something from the story and he answered me with this, "Never leave your side at the mall." The moral lesson is very easy to understand since it was written in the perspective of a 6-year old boy. After reading this book, I've used it as reference whenever I go out with the little boy. I definitely recommend this book for parents with small children.