Guess How Much I Love You: Panorama Pops (Hardcover)

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By Sam McBratney, Anita Jeram (Illustrator)
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Description


The ultimate Valentine’s gift — a compact, foldout, pop-up edition of the beloved story, tucked in a beautiful cloth-covered case.

Guess How Much I Love You is loved across the generations, and with this elegant edition of the best-selling classic, sweethearts of all ages will be happy to receive it as a token of affection. Slip it out of its case, open the accordion folds, and try to resist a smile as Big Nutbrown Hare literally stretches his arms way up to show how big his love is, or bends down to give Little Nutbrown Hare a good-night kiss.

About the Author


Sam McBratney, author of more than one hundred books and scripts, is known the world over for his best-selling family classic, Guess How Much I Love You. He reunited with Anita Jeram for You’re All My Favorites and the Guess How Much I Love Your Storybooks and is also the author of The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare. He lives in Northern Ireland.

Anita Jeram is the illustrator of Guess How Much I Love You, the Guess How Much I Love You Storybooks, and You’re All My Favorites, all by Sam McBratney. She has also illustrated several books by Amy Hest: Little Chick and a series about Sam and Mrs. Bear. Anita Jeram lives in Northern Ireland.
Product Details
ISBN: 9780763674465
ISBN-10: 076367446X
Publisher: Candlewick
Publication Date: December 8th, 2014
Pages: 30
Language: English
Series: Guess How Much I Love You

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