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I Love You Because You're You

  • Sep 4, 2008
I Love You Because You're You. It's the perfect message of unconditional love that we can share with our little ones. What a wonderful way to express exactly what we want to reinforce with our own little ones. I absolutely adore this book.

I Love You Because You're You shows cute illustrations of a darling little fox and his mother (which becomes grandmother when I read the book). In each picture, the little fox is expressing parts of his personality and different emotions. Sometimes he's loving, curious, and full of energy. Other times, he is sad, scared, or angry. However, no matter what the mood, Mama reiterates that she loves her little one nonetheless.

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August 03, 2010
I love that the fox's mother becomes grandmother when you read this:) Great message and very cute book. Thanks for reviewing this!
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A mother fox's affection for her little one is played out in greeting-card sentiments and McPhail's (If You Were My Bunny) winning artwork. Reassuring quatrains ("I love you when you're sad/ and need a kiss and hug./ I love you when you're playful/ and rolling on the rug") convey her unconditional love. McPhail's cozy watercolor illustrations offer tangible examples of the child's many moods, as when the "bashful" youngster hides behind the mother's knee as guests arrive, or gazes up at her when presenting her with a valentine ("I love you when you're proud,/ your head held in the air"). In this warm and fuzzy hug of a book, a parent's love knows no bounds. Ages 3-6.
Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc.--This text refers to theHardcoveredition.
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ISBN-10: 0545029317
ISBN-13: 978-0545029315
Author: Liza Baker
Genre: Children's Books
Publisher: Cartwheel Books
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