The I LOVE YOU Book (Hardcover)

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The I LOVE YOU Book (Hardcover)

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New York Times bestseller! This adorable gift book from beloved author Todd Parr is the perfect way to say "I love you."

With his colorful illustrations, playful humor, and inclusive storytelling, beloved author Todd Parr has long been a favorite among young readers and caregivers. His books promote an essential message of love and acceptance that is inspiring, empowering, and accessible.

I love you when you give me kisses.
I love you when you need hugs.
Most of all, I love you just the way you are.


In this sweet picture book, Todd Parr explores the meaning of unconditional love in a heartfelt, playful way. Perfect for Valentine's Day and beyond, Todd's vibrant illustrations and tender sentiments are sure to inspire parents and caregivers, who will enjoy sharing this very special book with the little ones they love.

Todd Parr has inspired, empowered, and entertained millions of children around the world with his bold images, unique sense of humor, and inclusive storytelling. He is the bestselling author of more than sixty books, including The Goodbye Book, The Family Book, The I Love You Book, and It's Okay to be Different. He lives in California.

Product Details ISBN: 9780316019859
ISBN-10: 0316019852
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: January 1st, 2009
Pages: 32
Language: English
New York Times bestseller
A NAPPA Honor Award Recipient


Praise for Todd Parr:
"It's rare that a children's author appeals to adults, but when it happens, it's usually magic; Dr.Seuss, Shel Silverstein... Well, I've found another to add to the list: Todd Parr." —Kansas City Star

"Each book offers his bold, almost Haringesque signature style incorporating primary colors with messages that encourage and empower children to communicate their feelings while embracing their individuality." —Los Angeles Advocate