When Jake's mom upcycles every last thing in the apartment, Jake begins to worry that the only thing left to change is . . . him
Jake's mom is not like most moms. Say there's a dumpster in the street, most moms will pass right by without a second glance. Not Jake's mom. "Look at this, Jake " she'll shout. "We must have this We must have this, too And we simply must have this " That's Jake's mom for you. She's a must-have mom.
Soon Jake begins to worry that his mom will want to change him too. Should he be this way? Or that way? Or another way altogether?
A heartwarming story about the unbreakable bond between a mother and her son, and a little boy who learns that he is perfect just the way he is.