When I became a mother and everything broke into a thousand pieces.
Real motherhood by Amaia Arrazola.
This book isn’t a guide to motherhood, it’s an experience: that of the illustrator Amaia Arrazola, whose life was hit two years ago by a meteorite named Ane. This experience, including pregnancy and birth, is the one she depicts here with bravery and generosity, putting an accent on all the things you’re not supposed to mention, like insecurity, frustration, and mourning for the life you had before. But it is also the tale of an instinctive, unconditional love.