I Love You All Year Round: Four Classic Guess How Much I Love You Stories

I Love You All Year Round: Four Classic Guess How Much I Love You Stories
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September 13, 2022
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Little readers can love the Nutbrown Hares from spring to summer to fall to winter—and back—with this gorgeous, reissued collection of four sweet stories.

When seeds, plants, and other creatures begin to change in the spring, Little Nutbrown Hare has lots of questions, including wondering what he will turn into one day. By summer, he notices colors everywhere—lovely greens, reds, and blues—but there’s one color he likes best of all. In autumn, the wind sends leaves flying, inspiring some hiding and chasing—and a funny surprise for Big Nutbrown Hare. And when wintertime comes, Little Nutbrown Hare makes a discovery: that “I Spy” is especially fun to play in the snow. Returning to shelves with a charming new cover, this collection of simple, endearing tales, starring two of the world’s most beloved characters, is perfect for sharing with little hares any time of year.

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Parental Love through all the Seasons
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I LOVE YOU ALL YEAR ROUND takes the reader through each season and no matter how the environment changes around them, Big Hare will always love Litte Hare. In one book, we get four classic GUESS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU stories, each featuring our favorite hares. The illustrations are soft and adorable with pastel coloring and I love how the brown hares always stand out from the environment.

In these stories, Little Hare and Big Hare do a variety of activities like I Spy, tag, and other season-specific games. With the parent-child interactions, this is a great story to share with children. It gave my daughter some ideas of games she wants to play with me which is the cutest thing. I also love how it teaches about the different seasons with a central focus on how much parents love their children. You can never say "I love you" too much and this story is a great way to express that.

Final Verdict: I would recommend this to all younger children, especially fans of animals, because it is such a cute, sweet story for a parent to read to their child. Children need that reassurance sometimes and this story gives them that.
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