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I Love You for Miles and Miles
Love can be stronger than the strongest excavator, longer than the longest train, and taller than the tallest crane. And no matter where you go, love travels with you always. With exciting imagery and engaging, lyrical text, Alison Goldberg and Mike Yamada's I Love You for Miles and Miles is an I-love-you book perfect for children who love things that go!
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published December 26th 2017 by Farrar Straus Giroux
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Wonderful snuggle-time book for little ones who love transportation. Alison Goldberg's lyrical text and Mike Yamada's colorful illustrations will take little readers on a journey for miles and miles with a Papa bear who tells his cub, "My love for you is longer than the longest train...wider than the biggest rig...stronger than the strongest excavator...." Readers will zoom from land to sea to air, enjoying all of the various metaphors of love with their favorite things that go!
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Hello, friends! Our book today is I Love You For Miles And Miles, written by Alison Goldberg and illustrated by Mike Yamada, a unique vehicle-themed ode to the love between a mother and child.
A mother bear and her cub (no gender is specified for the latter) have a bond like no other. Her love for her baby is longer than the longest train, whose cars can stretch for miles and miles. It’s faster ...more
I Love you for Miles and Miles will want you to keep reading and see where your love takes you. A fun take on linking the age old question from kids of "Do you love me?" with answers such as longer than the longest train, faster than the fastest fire truck and higher than the highest train. Perfect for little boys (and adventurous little girls) who are always on the go, yet want to know they are always loved. One that will be re-read at many bedtimes. Illustrations of a bear family always on the ...more
This will be a well-worn title for parents of young children, especially those who love vehicles and machines. The lush vistas and rhythmic text transport you to all different worlds - perfect before heading off to dreamland. I particularly liked the slow reveal about our adult character in the story. Subtle, but sweet. And my daughter picked up on it before I did!
I felt like I traveled the miles and miles of love in this book in the best way. Each spread highlights a different vehicle that people see all over the world and ties the use of that vehicle to love. From semi-trucks to airplanes, from tugboats to excavators, each page will make you say "Awwwwwww" and picture your very own train of love stretching for miles and miles.
A perfect bedtime read for kids who love things that go, I Love You for Miles and Miles compares a parent & child bond to many familiar vehicles. Love soars with airplanes, stretches on for miles like a locomotive, and moves obstacles like an excavator in this brightly illustrated book. Bound to become a treasured favorite.
Apr 24, 2018 Barbara rated it liked it
As Shakespeare once reminded us about romance, love is impossible to measure. Still, the parent narrating this story is determined to give several examples of just how large his/her love is for a child. The examples include a long train, a big rig truck, and a speedy fire truck, among others. Clearly, theirs is a steady love, and readers will feel reassured that no matter what happens, the love of a parent is unconditional. The fact that most of these examples feature machines and construction h ...more
A gentle read aloud with adorable illustrations. As it goes on, the story slows down and gets calmer both in prose and visuals which makes for a perfect bedtime book. A personal preference: I like that the character's genders aren't identified. They're just bears, which is welcome especially in a vehicle book.