Guess How Much I Love You Board Book
- Board book
- Walker Books Ltd
- Publication Date:
- 02 February 2009
- Picture Books
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Summary: When a little hare describes how much he loves his daddy hare, the daddy hare always comes up with a bigger description of how much he loves his baby hare. They go back and forth. The little hare says he loves his daddy as far as he can reach, but the daddy hare can reach his arms farther. This continues through the entire story unit the baby hare falls asleep. Critique: This story shows the love that a father and son have for one another. It is fantasy because these two hares talk during the entire book, but the emotion of love portrayed in this story is realistic. The style of this story is engaging and flows easily throughout the book. The language and word choice relates to the setting and characters of the book making the theme easy and appealing to the reader. Teacher Use: A teacher could use this book in a young class to teach them about love or other different emotions that people have towards one another. The teacher could lead a discussion with the students about being able to express their love or other emotions to people properly. The class could write a story or letter to someone they love about how much they love them and why. Media: Watercolor
A wonderful one-upmanship on who loves one more than the other between Big and Little Nutbrown Hares. The repeated phrases in this book make it easy for preschoolers to join in and participate during read-alouds. This book has an excellent vocabulary with words like stretching, tumbled, trunk, across, thornbushes and whispered.
That's the most beautiful book for a young child that I know of. It perfectly expresses the mother's love. I enjoy reading it every night before my daughter goes to bed. I started to read it to her over a year ago when she was only two years old, and now she can read it with me. It has created a special bond between us. I highly recommend this book to any loving father.
This book is about a mother and son hare. They are having a competition to see who loves the other the most. It is a very cute story. I would definitely recommend this book for a perfect bedtime story.
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