Guess How Much I Love You: Look What I Can Do: A First Concepts Book

Guess How Much I Love You Look What I Can Do A First Concepts Book A charming adventure starring Big and Little Nutbrown Hare based on the animated TV series Guess How Much I Love You When Little Nutbrown Hare sees a blue butterfly in the meadow fly away Big Nutbrow

  • Title: Guess How Much I Love You: Look What I Can Do: A First Concepts Book
  • Author: Sam McBratney Anita Jeram
  • ISBN: 9780763670641
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Board Book
  • A charming adventure starring Big and Little Nutbrown Hare based on the animated TV series Guess How Much I Love You When Little Nutbrown Hare sees a blue butterfly in the meadow fly away, Big Nutbrown Hare urges him to search for other blue things He finds robin shells and bluebells and blueberries but what is the Big Blue that Big Nutbrown Hare finds for himA charming adventure starring Big and Little Nutbrown Hare based on the animated TV series Guess How Much I Love You When Little Nutbrown Hare sees a blue butterfly in the meadow fly away, Big Nutbrown Hare urges him to search for other blue things He finds robin shells and bluebells and blueberries but what is the Big Blue that Big Nutbrown Hare finds for him

    One thought on “Guess How Much I Love You: Look What I Can Do: A First Concepts Book”

    1. Beautiful gift book featuring Little Nutbrown Hare and his father as they explore several concepts. The concepts include a few such as weather, sounds and actions that will encourage not only further conversation but movement also. The oversized board book format is perfect for sharing and is best suited for toddlers sharing due to some of the flaps being fairly small.

    2. Each two page spread introduces a concept )colors, nature, weather, actions, shapes, numbers, sounds) and features either Big or Little Nutbrown Hare asking each other what the other prefers.Plenty of flaps to lift with beautiful watercolor illustrations. Overall, a great gift book for toddlers.

    3. I just love the way that Sam McBratney uses colors. He does not assault your eyes with too vivid colors, but subtle variations in color make you look for them. And who does not love Little Nutbrown Hare and Big Nutbrown Hare?

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