Do You Love Me?

Book review by
Dawn Friedman, Common Sense Media
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Cheerful take on traditional "I love you" books.

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The parents' guide to what's in this book.

Positive Messages

Creatures cuddle and kiss.

Violence & Scariness
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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this colorful book is a bright take on the traditional cuddly bedtime book.

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What's the story?

A slim story to be sure, this book won't become a favorite because of its text. The premise is simple -- Do you love me? Yes I do. Then repeat with variants on the same cozy theme. No two page spread has more than two lines, and most have only one, making it a quick read perfect for bedtime.

Is it any good?

While the text is sweetly predictable, the pictures are what this book is about. Stunningly bright computer-generated creatures with round faces, big noses, and adorable eyes cuddle and kiss against rainbow backgrounds. Picture bath toys -- the kind that squeak -- and you'll get an idea of the beings that populate these pages. You can almost smell the plastic!

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about their love for each other and maybe even write their own rhyming text!

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