I've never before seen a book like this, and it's much needed.
When Mommy Goes A-Marching is about a little kid whose mother is deployed overseas. As the Author's Note at the end explains, the boy's mother was a college student in the National Guard when she was deployed overseas and had to drop out of college and leave her son with his grandparents.
The young boy in the photos is a family member of the author.
This picture book is for young children and shows how the child is able to cope and connect with his mother as much as possible through things like Skype.
Most of the book is in rhyme, which is well done and not forced at all.
There are probably a lot of children in similar situations and this book will help them understand and adjust to having their mothers gone away. Probably kids with fathers in the military will also be helped by this positive story.