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Kiss Kiss

3.46 of 5 stars 3.46  ·  rating details  ·  48 ratings  ·  14 reviews
“What is a kiss like?” That’s what a teddy bear asks a little boy in this sweet and enchanting picture book. From Grandmother’s noisy kisses, to Father’s prickly kisses, to Little Brother’s chocolate kisses, Teddy learns there are many different kinds of kisses—but the best kisses are from the ones you love!

From the Hardcover edition.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published December 22nd 2009 by Golden Books
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"Imagine trying to explain what a kiss is and feels like, how it touches you and makes you feel tingly all over. It can make you warm and fuzzy or can tickle and prickle. Think of your sweetest, funniest, wettest, noisiest kiss and then...think of trying to tell a toddler all about it. This is exactly what Kiss Kiss by Selma Mandine does. She tries to tell a little bear just what a kiss is like. Perfect.

"It's heart warming and funny. And as an adult reading it I actually grinned and teared up a...more
My MIL gave this to Inara a few years ago, but my two older kids always request it when they need extra snuggles. Very simple/stilted language, but it might be the French-to-English translation?
This is an adorable book about the variety of kisses that this little girl receives from the people that love her the most. My favorite kiss come from her brother since they are chocolate kisses (he has chocolate on his face in the illustration). Cute and cuddly a perfect bedtime story.
Oct 11, 2011 Dolly rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: parents reading with their children
Shelves: 2011, childrens
This is a cute story about kisses, but I didn't like it. The narrative fell flat, and the dialogue didn't flow well. But I have to admit the illustrations are very adorable.
Daryl Murphy
PB15: This was a warm and cozy book that could definitely be read as a bed time story. The illustrations went very well with the text to complete the story.
Marilyn Pohlmeier
read this to a toddler group and the parents enjoyed the book more than the kids!
Short, simple, and adorably sweet. Great read for children, cute illustrations too.
What is a kiss? What is a kiss like? Who do you give kisses to? So much fun!
Monica Goncalves Miranda
I loved!! If you want to win a kiss from a child, read this book with her. =)
Sweet illustrations but did not care for the text.
this is our new favorite bedtime book, such a sweet story
Mar 02, 2010 Marge added it
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describes all kids of kisses from a one year olds???
Great illustrations!
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