Let's teach our children that beauty, strength, and kindness come from their own hearts and minds!
Mommy am I pretty? by Margot Denomme

Ranked one of the Year’s Best Picture Books of 2014 by Resource Links

Once there was a girl named Molly who wondered what it meant to be pretty.
So she asked her mother, “Mommy, am I pretty?” Molly learns that being pretty means much more than how you look on the outside.

Hardcover (Published 2013)

32 pages, 26.2 x 25 cm

ISBN: 978-0992034009

Paperback (Published 2015)
34 pages, 8.5 x 9 inches

ISBN: 978-0992034016

Kindle eBook (Published 2014)

Twins Sam and Sofia ask their mother if they are, respectively, strong and pretty. While enjoying ice cream, their mother imparts important lessons about what makes a child ‘awesome’. They learn that being awesome emanates from their own hearts and minds regardless of who they are, what they look like, or their gender.

Hardcover (Published 2019)

24 pages, 8.5 x 8.5 inches

ISBN: 978-0-9920340-2-3

Paperback (Published 2019)
24 pages, 8.5 x 8.5 inches

ISBN:  978-0-9920340-3-0

Available in select stores

Music inspired by our books

Margot with Toronto Mayor John Tory, showing his support.

Young girls today are bombarded with images that create unrealistic expectations about their size and looks. Amid concerns of raising her own two daughters in a culture obsessed with outward beauty, criminal lawyer Margot Denommé has penned a book titled 'Mommy, am I Pretty?' to encourage people to view beauty from the inside out.

Posted by CTV News Channel on Thursday, 25 February 2016


"I am...
Confident, Strong, Proud, Kind, Unique, and I am NOT photoshopped”