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Love is a Good Thing to Feel

by Barbara Joosse

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This book gives an explanation of love, from a child's perspective. Harriet tells readers all sorts of things about love and where it comes from. She explains what it feels like to be loved and what it feels like to love someone else. She talks about the love that friends have and the love that parents give to their children. She ends the story by explaining what our hearts are really like, which includes not being in the shape of a valentine card.

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  chardesty06 | Nov 19, 2009 |
What is love? Lots of things, for this little girl.
  scducharme | Sep 14, 2009 |
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Did you know that there are many ways to say ?I love you?? Harriet does. You can say it with a hug, or a drawing, or out loud. And she knows that you can still love someone even when they go to a party you weren?t invited to, or when a parent puts you in time-out for tap-dancing on the table (and you are terribly angry).

Sassy Harriet will walk right into your heart in this adorable and lovely companion to the popular Please Is a Good Word to Say. With a die-cut heart, indispensable advice, and a character we already embrace?well, what?s not to love?

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:10:31 -0400)

Harriet talks about love, how one can love someone but still be angry, and some of the ways to show love.

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