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This is intended to be a picture book for very young children, ages approx. 2-5. I would greatly appreciate any feedback on appropriateness, length, rhythm/rhyme, etc. Thank you!!
“How much do you love me, Mommy?” asked Andie.
“As much as a piece of chocolate candy?”
“Do you love me as much as Banjo, our cat?
Or as much as your favorite Sunday hat?”
“Why, I love you better than any of those!”
Said Mom back to Andie, “right down to your toes!”
“I love you better than tickles on tummies,
Better than whiskers or pink noses on bunnies.”
“I love you better than ice cream or cake,
Better than brownies or the cookies we bake.”
“I love you better than the secrets I keep,
Much better than sweet dreams while I’m asleep.”
“I love you better than fireflies in jars,
I love you better than the moon and the stars.”
“I love you better than sweet puppy kisses,
Much better than all of my birthday wishes.”
“I love you better than bedtime goodnights,
Better than morning hugs in the sunlight.”
“I love you much better than all the rest,
I love you better…I love you best!”
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