Mommy is a Project Manager



Book Title: Mommy is a Project Manager
Author: Mei Y. Lin
Illustrated by: Yoyo Chang
Publisher: Fnova Publishing, LLC
List Price: $19.99
Format: 22 pages, hardback
Publication Date: 2019       
ISBN: 978-1-951486-00-6
Reviewer: Lawrence Reid, PMP
Review Date: 02/2020




Mommy is a Project Manager is a creative children’s book that tells the story of what project managers are and what they do at work and at home in a detailed yet simplified way for children to understand. One of the unique and interesting details is that the pages are written in English, Spanish, and Chinese.

Overview of Book’s Structure

Mommy is a Project Manager is a short easy to read book to be shared with children to explain what mommy does as a project manager.


Mommy is a Project Manager references the PMBOK knowledge areas and how they are applied at work and home. The left page describes an aspect of project management at work and the right page describes the same aspect applied at home. The colorful illustrations creatively flow between the pages to help reinforce the transference of project management skills between work and home.

Who Might Benefit from the Book?

Children are the obvious audience of Mommy is a Project Manager. Adults may use the book as a useful tool to explain to children what the parent is doing while at work.



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About the Reviewer

Lawrence Reid, PMP

Bedford, Texas



Lawrence Reid, PMP is a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) specialist with extensive experience in project management, needs analysis, implementation, customization, and integration for companies in the aerospace, financial services, manufacturing, and medical industries. Lawrence has a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and has obtained the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. He is a member of the Dallas and the Fort Worth chapters of the Project Management Institute. Lawrence presented at the University of Dallas and Project Management Institute Symposium in 2019 on CRM in the Age of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.


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