If Kisses Were Colors by Janet Lawler

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If kisses were colors you'd see every one
of the bands of a rainbow that shines in the sun.


Perfect as a Mother's Day or baby shower gift, this tender book expresses the immeasurable love that parents have for their children-warmer than a wool blanket, sturdier than an oak tree, brighter than a rainbow. It's a sentiment that will soothe and delight the adults as well as their youngsters, and the lyrical verse is complemented by delicate, fanciful paintings that possess a timeless beauty and charm.

Illustrated by Alison Jay.
 

About Janet Lawler

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Janet Lawler (www.JanetLawler.com) lives in Farmington, Connecticut.Alison Jay lives in London, England.
 
Published March 31, 2003 by Dial. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Her pictures inhabit a dreamlike landscape where a baby sits in a sunflower-decorated carriage nearly as tall as a tree, and animals in exuberant dress (the bunny is wearing polka dots, the elephant a striped bathing suit) dance beneath a rainbow.

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