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Where Do Kisses Come From?

3.63 of 5 stars 3.63  ·  rating details  ·  95 ratings  ·  7 reviews
From tummy tickles and silly games, and wishes for sweet dreams. No matter what kind of kisses they are, all kisses come from love. Illustrated with family scenes of adorable animals, this charming book is perfect for Valentine's Day and beyond.
Hardcover, 16 pages
Published December 20th 1999 by Golden Books
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I love this book because my daughter does. It is one of her favorites and it is just really sweet and simple.
Meg McGregor
I have often asked myself that question, and now, it finally has been answered!

The illustrations here are first rate, soft, endearing, and extremely heartfelt!

Kisses can come at anytime, anyplace, and anywhere.

Among my favorites mentioned are...

Kisses that come from chocolate-covered noses.

Kisses come from your (little one's) special way of helping.

Kisses come from the way you (little one's) snuggle up for a story, your cheek as soft as a rose petal.
I absolutely love this adorable little book. It makes me smile and feel happy. It's really sweet.
This book is surprisingly good, and I would give it two and a half stars. The writing of Maria Fleming is sure and sweet, done with just the right touch of tenderness and a beautiful understanding of the pictures that words can paint. I really enjoyed reading this short book and letting the love in it wash over me. It is medicinal, and makes me happy. :-)
Caitlin Faith
ha ha ha i read that when i was really little! its good?!
Jennifer Lowery
An all time favorite of my son!
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