Lots of Love

Board Book | December 27, 2016

byKim WashburnIllustratorJacqueline East

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Lots of Love celebrates all the ways we show love—from hugs and kisses to sharing and helping others. The sweet rhymes and whimsical artwork in this board book illustrate the special bonds of love between families and friends. Perfect for young children, this book will make you want to snuggle with your little one as you two explore the greatest blessing of all—love!

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Lots of Love celebrates all the ways we show love—from hugs and kisses to sharing and helping others. The sweet rhymes and whimsical artwork in this board book illustrate the special bonds of love between families and friends. Perfect for young children, this book will make you want to snuggle with your little one as you two explore th...

Kim Washburn has been writing for children for more than ten years. While working at Focus on the Family, two of her original stories were recognized by the Evangelical Press Association, including first place in the fiction category. Her nonfiction books for young readers have reached a wide audience-including Breaking Through by Grac...
Format:Board BookDimensions:18 pages, 8 × 8 × 0.38 inPublished:December 27, 2016Publisher:ZonderkidzLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0310758610

ISBN - 13:9780310758617

Customer Reviews of Lots of Love

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lots of Love by Kim Washburn Lots of Love by Kim Washburn is a lovely board book for toddlers. Rhyming texts and colourful illustrations are sure to capture your toddler’s attention. This book is all about how to show your love to others as you go through your day. Greeting people and hugging family members, even caring for pets are all little acts that will show love. This book is well geared towards little ones under the age of 5, although my big boy, who’s four, did appreciate the story, thought it was a little bit babyish. The book itself, we noticed, does contain a lot of pink, which isn’t a bad thing but did not please our “manly” boy. I ended up gifting it to our little niece that is just over a year old. She seemed to love the illustrations and the “texture” and the fact that is was sturdy. I think this is why most parents rather board books! I would recommend this book to parents of little ones. It is classified as Christian Literature, one of the last pages mention God. This is a positive point in our house. I only wish His love were the main focus of the book, since it is that important. Overall, cute board book about showing love.
Date published: 2017-01-03