Wednesday, February 16, 2011

I Love You THIS Much Review

I Love You This MuchI Love You This Much by Lynn Hodges

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a lovely book to read to children. It's rhyme and rhythm make is a joy and very easy to read aloud. I love it's use of opposites as well. And, it can very easily be used as a beginning reader introductory book.

"I Love You This Much" is a poignant story of the love we have between parent and child. It also reinforces our relationship with our Father in Heaven by comparing the loving relationship we have with Him to that of the loving relationship we have with our children. It is a wonderful story for both parent and child.

I would recommend reading this on either a colored NOOK or the real deal. This was a promotional free eBook I read on my Sony eReader. The pictures were black and white...not as effective as they would have been in color. Also, no CD with this version.

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  1. Ooh I love a bit of rhyme and rhythm and don't those illos look excellent. Love your new theme btw.

  2. Rhyme is great. I have a rhyming picture book written. I love the fact that this book emphasizes the relationship that God the father has with us. (If we let him.) I'm a fellow crusader. Nice to meet you. :)

  3. I love this book. I'll have to check it out for my reader. We have the actual paper copy. I'm a fellow crusader and follower now. =)

  4. Valid point regarding picture books on e-readers. I'm a fellow crusader and new follower.

  5. My daughter loved this book.

    I saw that we're in the same Crusader group, so I stopped by to say hello. :-)

  6. Hi, lady, Jai,

    I hopped over from the crusader's list to introduce myself an follow.

    It's nice to meet you.

    This crusade is going to be awesome!


  7. Hello crusader! What a lovely read. It's always nice to get my hands on books that are so inspiring!

    ♥.•*¨ Elizabeth ¨*•.♥

  8. Hello! Fellow Crusader here and new follower. I enjoyed your profile. I can relate very well with the shyness. Although I'm happy to say it has mostly gone away since I've had kids. However, I wouldn't likely be going to any conferences without a friend. I also have an 8 year old, although mine is a girl.

  9. Hello fellow crusader!

    My kids are too old for picture books now, but I remember how much I loved those books with fantastic rhyme and rhythm that made them a joy to read aloud.