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Love by Stacy McAnulty (Picture Book Review)

I received a free physical copy of this picture Book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

by Stacy McAnulty
Published by Running Press Kids
on December 4, 2018
Length: 32 pages
Ages: 4-8

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From award-winning author Stacy Mcanulty comes a sweet story about Love and what it's really all about. 

What is love? Can you only express it in fancy meals, greeting cards, and heart-shaped chocolates? Kids will find love everywhere in this delightful book. It can be found in everyday moments such as baking cookies with grandma, notes from Mom in your lunchbox, or a family singing together on a car trip, and it isn't always what you expect! 

My Thoughts:
What is love to you? Is it hugs, gifts, or maybe spending time with family and friends? 

This sweet little book focuses on love, in all its many forms; from baking with family and friends to gifting or sharing chocolates, gathering flowers for someone to make them smile to drawing greeting cards, and maybe even just leaving someone a special message. There are many ways to express and share love!

I was happy to see that this picture book features sign language in some of the illustrations, from the singular letters spelling 'love' to the hand signal for love. There's even a book clearly labeled 'sign language' in one of the images! I also loved that there is such a diverse array of human beings in this picture book!
Beautifully illustrated with a heart-warming message about celebrating love! 

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Love by Stacy McAnulty (Picture Book Review)


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