From little muddy feet to chocolate cheeks to favorite silly dances, there are many reasons to love -- and there are even more ways to express love.
Celebrate the bond between parents and children in this sweet and playful counting book that will have you loving upside down, right side up, and every way in between.
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A crocodile parent uses her child's digits to count the ways she loves him in this beautiful rhyming tribute: "How do I love you, little one? / Let me count the ways. . . . / One in sunshine; / Two in snow; / Three on rainy days."May 20 2010 | Read Full Review of How Do I Love You?
With a tip of the hat to Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Kimmelman (Hanukkah Lights, Hanukkah Nights ) and McCue (The Puppy Who Wanted a Boy ) enumerate from one to 20 ("plus one more") all the things a grown-up alligator loves about its offspring (neither one's gender is specified).Dec 05 2005 | Read Full Review of How Do I Love You?