A child asks an adult (as only a child can) about how much and how long and how often they loves him.
The illustrations are a nice change from the usual picture book fare. Although not billed as an adoption book, it's a great book for adoptive families, or even a favorite aunt/uncle to share, too.
None, really. Not sure the target audience would understand what "temper of the day" means, though.
It's nice to read a book that talks about love that isn't just explaining things to a child. It puts into words THEIR questions, the way they would ask them.
This is a book that puts into words the thoughts kids have about love.
The theme is clear: I love you in every possible way from every conceivable angle. Its presentation is such that you could add your own superlatives.
7 to 9
2 to 8
Started reading with child 3-and-one-half years old.
Buy! There are other "I Love You" books out there, but the fact that the story is driven by a child's questions make it a nice change.
|Title||I Love You So ...|
|Publisher||Jabberwocky, Sourcebooks Imprint © 2002|