How Do I Love You Bb

How Do I Love You Bb Now for the first time How Do I Love You is available in the popular small boardbook format The lyrical meter and simple rhyme makes this love poem especially suitable for the toddler age And the me

  • Title: How Do I Love You Bb
  • Author: P.K. Hallinan
  • ISBN: 9780824941475
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Board Book
  • Now, for the first time, How Do I Love You is available in the popular small boardbook format The lyrical meter and simple rhyme makes this love poem especially suitable for the toddler age And the message is simple Mom or Dad loves the child no matter what P.K Hallinan s delightful cartoon art will bring a smile to children of all ages.

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    1. I don’t know if I could ever write an objective review for this book. But I can try telling you how much it means to me. :) Because this book stole my heart years ago. It’s my heart keeper now.This book is the simplest, most precise, most adorable, most lovable, most wonderful portrait of how a parent feels about her children. I used to read it to my spawns every night because I was CONVINCED that it perfectly said what I felt for them. Their HUGE smiles told me they were getting the idea.I [...]

    2. Beautiful book! Well written for 1 to 6 years old children. Emphasis is not on "bad." I believe that it is about letting your child know that he is always loved no matter what he is doing. Even when he is sad, angry, tired, clumsy, etc Well written for children. Directing a child care facility for over 10 years, I recommend this book to parents.

    3. I must say that though the idea of this book is lovely, I don't like the suggestion that children are ever bad. If I had known there was that line in the book, I wouldn't have read it to my daughter at all. I realize it says that the child is still loved even when he/she is bad. But I would never use that word to describe my children at any time.

    4. This book was a fun take on counting and a story of a mothers love for her child. I liked how the words that were numbers were larger that the rest of the text and were a color. Doing this allowed for the emphasis to show the numbers as you are counting along in the book.

    5. I came across this as I was looking for kids books for my brother. Since they are expecting twin girls any day now, I feel it's important to start a library for them while they are still in utero. I'm going to be that boring aunt that always buys them books. Poor kids!

    6. This book reminds me so much of my Briella Bean that I couldn't help but give it 5 stars. It's a cute, simple rhyme worth reading to your little.

    7. I really liked this book. It was sweet and fun, and funny, and it made me feel all warm and safe. My parents love me!

    8. Cheezey, rhyming book, but if I haven't read it in a long time, the last two pages will make me cry sometimes. I put it out on display every Valentine's Day.

    9. If you are a parent -this book says it all. It tells your child how much you love them. It makes me cry almost every time I read it!

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