Two mothers meet by chance at the park with their two children, a boy and a girl. They meet by chance also and begin to play as their mother's watch and begin to discuss how much they love them.
Then one mother says to the other -
"When he was just a baby boy, his toes, they sure were tiny." "I loved his toes, his little nose, and his eyes so bright and shiny."
"When I brought him home", she said, "I watched him sleep and dream." "And in my heart for ever more, I know he'll make me sing."
Through melodic rhymes and repetitive words is a fun and educational way of teaching the little ones how to locate their noses, toes, and eyes by pointing as you read.
You can sing the story to your small children with any melody you choose while the book also explains your unconditional and everlasting love for them. It won't be long until your child is reading this book to you.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Whether you¿re a parent with a 45 year old daughter or have a daughter with a month old son, this book crosses all boundaries ¿You Make Me Want to Sing¿ takes you to the day you first laid eyes on that screaming and squirming little life. It brings back memories and shares the future. Child rearing is difficult and rewarding. ¿You Make Me Want to Sing¿ reminds us of the first day we met the greatest expectation. Appropriately, give ¿You Make Me Want to Sing¿ to your youngest, they will relate to your voice and the sentiment behind the rhyme. Give it to your toddler as they begin to put words together and see you as their keeper, their unrelenting protector and teacher. Give it to your pre-school-aged children while by this time have learned to try you in every way. Give it to your kindergarten student who has a Master¿s degree in everything, including how to push your buttons. Give it to your son or daughter, no matter what the age, and say, I love you, and remember the days you watched them sleep and dream. They won¿t forget your voice.
This is the sweetest book I've read since 'Love You Forever'. You Make Me Want to Sing is up there with my favorites for children. I enjoyed it thouroughly.