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Will You Still Love Me?

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Said the bunny to his mother, just as sweetly as could be, "When the baby bunnies come, will you still love me?"
"Of course," said Mother Bunny. "You're my extra-special one. And I'll love you just as much when the baby bunnies come."
Every child is anxious about the arrival of a new brother or sister. In Carol Roth's sweet, comforting story, various animal mothers-and one
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Hardcover, 24 pages
Published March 1st 2010 by Albert Whitman & Company (first published 2010)
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Lissa
This book will help children understand that just because another brother/sister are joining the family, parents or caregivers still love you. It is hard at first for children to realize that the family is growing, and to accept that mom/dad or caregivers will have one more to love. I like how the author used animals, because children seem to relate to stories told with animals. This story rhymes which is easier to listen to, also uses the same line when asking mom will you still love me. Good s ...more
Allison
Roth, Carol Will You Still Love Me?, 24 pages, Albert Whitman & Company; Language~G, Sexual Content~G; Violence~G

The news that a new baby will be arriving soon can bring up many questions in the mind of a child. Accompanied by adorable color illustrations, many different animal mothers are asked questions about what will happen when the new baby comes. Each child is then assured in loving words that they will still be loved when the new baby comes. The final child is a human child whose moth
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Peace Emereonye
This book is very emotional, though for me as an adult, it can be too repetitive, but all the same it a wonderful book that children of all ages would enjoy because they can relate to the questions that the boy and other animals are asking their mothers if they would still be loved the same way when a new baby comes.






This book has repetion throughout the book, so for children that are expecting another baby in the family, this is a good book to to them. I think this book can be categorize as been
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Judy
This is a lovely, straight-forward story to answer kids' questions about their place in Mom's heart after the new baby comes. A good addition to elementary school libraries.
Ina
Mother's love shines in this beautifully illustrated book of rhyming text. Young cats, rabbits, mice, ducks and polar bears all share one thing with the human child in this story - an insecurity about what the birth of the new baby will mean. "When the new baby comes, will you still love me?" The moms all describe special times and reassure their little one that they will love them even more when the new little ones come. Great read aloud demonstrating the depth of a mother's love and the joy sh ...more
Heidi
As an adult, this book can be too repetitive. But it's good for the age it is going for and for the topic (preparing a child for when a new baby comes). I think little children will like going through the different animals. The illustrations are soothing as are the reassurances from the different mothers. Then the book "brings it home" with the human child asking his mother. (Nice self-promotion at the end, by the way.) A good one to add to the collection if anything for the topic that it addres ...more
Yolanda
This book is for families who are expecting their second child. Just about each page has a different animal asking his mother that when the new baby comes, will she still love him. Very repetative, but in this case I believe that it is approriate. Usually when new babies arrive those that are already there do have concerns about what is going to happen and this is a great way to let them know that Mom and Dad will always love you.
Elaine
The story shows examples of children asking their mothers whether they will still love them when the new babies arrive. A very cute and relative story while the children and their mothers go about their tasks. The storytime audience was observant and discussed the various illustrations. Good story.
Mylinh
Toddlers. Phonological Awareness, Print motivation. Cute book about different animal children wondering if their mom will still love them when a new baby is born. Themes: families, younger siblings
Darrielle
Share this book with students in your class who are expecting new little brothers or sisters. It gives them affirmation that no matter what new editions come into the family they will always be loved.
Jodi
Rhyming, repeating text where animals ask if they will still be loved when the new baby comes, ending with a boy asking if he will still be loved. “Of course…” is the answer every time.
Marie
Lovely rhyming story to share with little ones expecting a new sibling. The rhymes are a little Hallmark-greeting-card-ish, but the sentiments and illustrations make up for it.
Megan
Cute - perfect to read when there is a baby on the way (not valentine's day as I originally thought :)
Jen
Cute for young kids with siblings on the way!
Jennifer
Toddler storytime possibility. New baby.
Valerie
new baby - baby animals - mothers
Tina
new baby
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