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Guess how adorable these tiny board books are! Love the Nutbrown Hares all year long with this endearing slipcase of four sweet stories.
(Ages 3 and up)
Little Nutbrown Hare has lots of questions when growing things start to sprout in the spring. By summer, he notices colors everywhere, but there’s one he’s sure he likes best. Autumn winds inspire hiding and chasing - and a funny surprise for Big Nutbrown Hare. And when wintertime comes, playing "I Spy" is so much fun in the snow! Included in this irresistible slipcase are four Guess How Much I Love You Storybooks:
When I’m Big
A Surprise for the Nutbrown Hares
Let’s Play in the Snow
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 You storybooks. 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 also illustrated Little Chick by Amy Hest. She lives in Northern Ireland.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I remember one of my co-workers raving about how much her two little girls loved this book -- those "little girls" are now in their twenties. I wonder if they still love this book. This was another book that I put in my son's Easter basket this years. Since then, whenever anyone says "I love you" to him, he's been adding "so much". It is irresistibly cute. The last line of this book is also irresistible. Seriously, if anyone told me he loved me "right up to the moon -- and back", I'd be tempted to run away with him. "Little Nutbrown Hare" and "Big Nutbrown Hare" trip me up with every reading, and, besides my son thinks that "hare" is what is on his head, so he gets confused. He does, however, know what a rabbit is. He thinks the adorably quirky illustrations are rabbits, so that works.