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This book is a must for mums to read to their kids! i had this for my oldest years ago and bought my youngest her own copy so they both have copies to read to their kids (if they have them) one day. It is my oldest's favourite book and he's 8 so beating out Minecraft and Skylanders books is pretty huge!
I've read this so many times to my son. He's now 10 and still likes me reading it to him. Hard not to cry by the end of it. One of our favourites. Have given it to others for gifts too. Great for boys or girls.
This is the perfect book to tell someone how much they are loved!! Not only does it talk about loving someone "as much as a great lions roar" but it also talks about "loving you despite the naughty things you do."
Its a really cute book that does a cute job attempting to explain to a child the amount of love a parent has for their child. I choked up the first few times reading it to my babe. Its really cute! The illustrations are bright and colorful. The illustrations show both gender adults and both gender children. It doesnt specifically mention a gender or parents. So it could be used for grandparents, parents, siblings, adoptive families anything. Its very neutral. And its very sweet.
I bought this about 5 years ago for my first born. I used to read it to him before he could understand. I used to read the line "you're my playmate for always.... my hug and my... WIGGLE" and then tickle them silly. It was one of the best night time rituals we had. Fast forward a year and it tore so we bought this same one 3 more times.
Now we bought yet ANOTHER one - and we read it to my 2.5yr old and our 6 month old.
Really awesome book. Love how its become a tradition for us.
My daughter and I love reading this book. Cute, simple rhyming phrases through out. She cant read but knows the words and says them with me. Good message explaining to kids how much parents love you and that parents love you even if they dont like bad things you do. Parents love isnt dependent on what you do, but who you are.