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Guess How Much I Love You

4 Ratings: 4.0
A book by Sam McBratney

During a bedtime game, every time Little Nutbrown Hare demonstrates how much he loves his father, Big Nutbrown Hare gently shows him that the love is returned even more.

Author: East Word
Genre: Juvenile Fiction, Family & Relationships, Nature
Publisher: Master Communications Inc
Date Published: May 01, 1996
4 reviews about Guess How Much I Love You
review by . July 13, 2010
I've read this book for a few years to my niece and have now started with my infant son.    It reminds me of the phone game I played with many of my relatives as a young child..."I love you more. No I love you more. I love you an infinity plus one."    I loved the way comparing the quantity of love made me feel when I was far away from some of my loved ones.    When I read this book to the little ones I love, I feel the same warmth inside …
review by . October 14, 2008
Pros: Cute story about love.     Cons: none     The Bottom Line: This is a great story about expressing feelings with one another.     Guess How Much I Love You is a picture book that was written by Sam McBratney and illustrated by Anita Jeram. This book is 28 pages long and has pictures on every page. The main characters in the book are two bunnies and takes place in the woods.    The main theme of the story revolves …
review by . October 28, 2000
Pros: Classic tale for all ages, great story     Cons: two styles to choose     This is the story of Little Nutbrown Hare and Big Nutbrown Hare. There are twenty-seven pages in this hard cover classic bestseller with the first edition being 1995. A few years ago a pop-up interactive edition became available through Scholastic Book Club. This one is fourteen pages and sells for $15.95-$17.99.       I would suggest purchasing either style …
review by . February 21, 2000
Pros: cute     Cons: none     We purchased the book "I Love You Forever" and it was very cute and I loved a book that incorporated a parent's love into the theme. When talking to my grandmother I mentioned this and she said she knew a couple more books that were very good, shortly thereafter we received this book and a little nutbrown hare beenie in the mail. My daughter loved the cute graphics and immediately wanted to read it. The book is so cute. …
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