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All the Things I Love About You by LeUyen…

All the Things I Love About You

by LeUyen Pham

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This book is about a mother, who tell his little son that she loves all the things about him,as the way of his hari, how he looks in pajamas, how he plays with his father, hear him to say mama, when he holds her hand, when he laugh, when he learn new things, but more of these , she love HIM.
  pilarmorenoruiz | Mar 3, 2017 |
I love this illustrator.
  mirikayla | Feb 8, 2016 |
Recommended with Caution

The story is narrated in the first person. The narrator lists all the ways she loves her son. From putting pajamas on, to eating, to playing. There are a few pages with dad (and a cringing mom – which made me chuckle).
The story has a very personal feel. You can tell the author is writing about her own feelings towards her little boy. It’s almost like a scrap book. The drawings in the book resemble the actual author/illustrator. I think parts of the book would appeal more to the moms reading the book than to the children. The author definitely conveys they way moms feel towards her children. The story is cute and real. The drawings are fun and whimsical. I particularly liked the simplicity of the drawings – but then there was a fabric like pattern on just about every page. It’s a pop of something different on every page. Children will enjoy looking for those.
I think, generally, this book would be good for one-on-one reading. Ultimately, you just get the feeling that it would actually be best suited for a mom reading it to her son. Which is good, but it limits the appeal a bit. This book is more suited to a public library than a school library. ( )
  kmjanek | Aug 29, 2013 |
Do you know that love and warmth that overcomes you when you receive a hug or kiss from the people that love you the most in the entire world? That sense of protection and feeling that everything is going to be all right when they are around? Those are the feelings that you can only receive when near your parents, the people who brought you into this world and cared for you and made you the person that you are today. The people that understand you the most and love you for you, no matter what they think or say while you’re growing up. That love and affection portrayed through such relationships is clearly visible in this loving story about parents and all of the little things they love and that makes their child unique. Pham does it again in this cute tale, both writing and illustrating the book. She is known for her other works including "Big Sister, Little Sister" and "Can You Do This, Old Badger?" in which she illustrated the life-like and detailed pictures. It’s the perfect combination of illustrations and fun flowing words for parents and children alike. ( )
  bperry93 | Dec 5, 2012 |
A story about a mothers love for her child and all of the things she loves about him. ( )
  lekenned | Sep 11, 2011 |
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A mother relates some of the many things that she loves about her young son.

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