"To love your child is to teach your child."
Caleb, a smart, rambunctious, and funny little first grader is learning comparative and superlative grammar concepts in school. As a result of trying to apply the rules and concepts appropriately, he finds himself creatively forming new words that are not quite listed within the dictionary.
Within I Love You the Mostest, words that have been used in the incorrect form are bold. Corresponding words that correct the mistakes are underlined and creatively placed shortly after within the book as learning reinforcement.