One Hundred Kisses is a story about a little girl, Hannah, who falls off her bike and how her mother makes her feel better with "one hundred kisses" when that one kiss just won't do the trick. This story is very special to Shari as her mom, Sylvia Davis, is the illustrator of Hannah. Her daughter, Alexis, had a "hand" in the illustrations as well. The collaboration of love from a mother and daughter is a common thread not only for the author and illustrator, but also for the story itself. Counting and repetitive reading are incorporated in the story for early readers. For teachers, One Hundred Kisses is a great asset to the classroom for that special benchmark of one hundred days of school. This story of a mother's love to heal an injury is sure to make your heart smile.