Guess How Much I Love You Padded Board Book (Board book)

Guess How Much I Love You Padded Board Book Cover Image
By Sam McBratney, Anita Jeram (Illustrator)
$9.99
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Description


Guess How Much I Love You has sold over 43 million copies worldwide!

Tailor-made for the littlest of loved ones! The treasured family classic is more endearing than ever in a padded board-book edition.


Want to keep those Nutbrown Hares close at hand? Reach for this padded board-book edition of the beloved story. Very young children will love holding on to this touchable, clutch-able book created just for them in a soft and sturdy format — ready to hop from stroller to story time, from bedtime to anytime.

About the Author


 

Praise For…


He wrote it in 1994 but Sam McBratney's GUESS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU is already a classic, celebrating, the Irish author told us, “that intimacy between a big one and a wee one.” We adore the new padded board book.
—American Baby
Product Details
ISBN: 9780763649760
ISBN-10: 0763649767
Publisher: Candlewick
Publication Date: August 9th, 2011
Language: English
Series: Guess How Much I Love You

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