Who Do You Love?

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Who Do You Love?

Love is in the air! The bees love their queen and the flamingoes love each other. But who does the owl love?

Cuddle up and share this lovely book with your loved ones!

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Overview

Who Do You Love?

Love is in the air! The bees love their queen and the flamingoes love each other. But who does the owl love?

Cuddle up and share this lovely book with your loved ones!

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This is another in the series of charming board books that includes, What Do You Say, Baby?, What Do You Do? and How Do You Feel? Stanley captures young readers with bright colors, simple but expressive faces, and straightforward text. We begin with “Who do you love, bees?” and the accompanying response: “We love Her Majesty, the Queen!” The illustration shows a queen bee perched on a honeycomb being admired lovingly by a bunch of buzzing subjects. This is a teachable moment, right on the first page. Next we see two flamingoes. They respond to the questioning refrain with “We love each other.” Mrs. Rabbit loves all of her babies, the goldfish loves the boy who feeds him, and the parakeet loves the “bird in the mirror.” My favorite page has the ants answering the familiar question with “We love the team! Go, ants, go!” On this double-page spread, we see a long line of ants hauling away the leftover fruit from a picnic. The joey names both of his kangaroo parents. Then, we come to the owl. “What about you, owl? Who do YOU love? Who? Who? Who?” Turning the page, we see two owls hugging and making eyes at each other, answering “I love you-hoo-hoo!” The frog on the last page turns the question back on the reader. This simple book will engender lots of discussion about the various creatures and, of course, those that we love. Reviewer: Sheilah Egan
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416939290
  • Publisher: Little Simon
  • Publication date: 12/26/2007
  • Pages: 24
  • Age range: 2 - 4 Years
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 7.80 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Mandy Stanley has written and illustrated several picture books, and she has won awards for her soft toy designs. She lives in Suffolk, England.

Mandy Stanley has written and illustrated several picture books, and she has won awards for her soft toy designs. She lives in Suffolk, England.

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  • Posted March 13, 2010

    Who Do You Love?

    I bought this book for my 2 year old great-niece for Valentine's Day. It was perfect! She does better with board books and she loved the pictures.

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  • Posted March 13, 2010

    colorful

    I loved everything about this book except the writing. The words seemed arbitrary and throwned together. When it is read aloud there is a bit of disjointedness to it. However, the pictures are fun and the colors are wonderful and the book is very thick and sturdy (good for a baby that is teething as it stands up well to abuse). If you are picky about storyline and cohesiveness I would not recommend this book, but if you are looking for something fun and visually appealing, then this is a great book. Enjoy reading!

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