Guess How Much I Love You: Baby Milestone Moments: Board Book and Cards Gift Set (Board book)

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By Sam McBratney, Anita Jeram (Illustrator)
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Description


Celebrate the magical moments in your baby’s life with the help of twenty-four elegantly designed cards inspired by Guess How Much I Love You.

Reading Guess How Much I Love You with a little one is always a memory in the making. And now, with this board book and milestone cards gift set, the enchanting art of the perennial family classic can play a unique part in remembering a baby’s first months and years. Parents and caregivers are invited to capture special moments by taking photos of their child with the appropriate milestone cards — a beautiful way to cherish and share the fleeting passages in their baby’s life. Guess how much family and friends will love it!

About the Author


Sam McBratney is the author of the best-selling Guess How Much I Love You. He is also the author of There, There and Just You and Me, illustrated by Ivan Bates. Sam McBratney lives in Northern Ireland. Anita Jeram is the illustrator of Guess How Much I Love You. She also illustrated several books by Amy Hest, including Little Chick and a series about Sam and Mrs. Bear, as well as Skip to the Loo, My Darling! by Sally Lloyd-Jones. Anita Jeram lives in Northern Ireland.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781536201499
ISBN-10: 1536201499
Publisher: Candlewick
Publication Date: January 19th, 2018
Pages: 22
Language: English
Series: Guess How Much I Love You

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