Guess How Much I Love You Little Book Gift
Say ‘welcome to the world’, ‘happy birthday’ or simply ‘I love you’ with this beautiful board book and super-cute Little Nutbrown Hare soft toy.
Our Guess How Much I Love Little Book Gift is perfect for gifting to babies and to little ones up to the age of four, for any occasion.
A thoughtful gift, beautifully packaged and finished with a hand-written card and your personal message. Postage to anywhere in Australia is included.
Your Guess How Much I Love You Little Book Gift includes:
- Guess How Much I Love You: a beautiful board book about the love between a father hare and his son;
- a Little Nutbrown Hare soft toy rattle;
- a gift card handwritten with your message;
- postage to anywhere in Australia;
Guess How Much I Love You is a joyful and enchanting celebration of the love a parent has for their child. The story of Little Nutbrown Hare and Big Nutbrown Hare and their efforts to express their love for each other is adored by children the world over and has become a classic of modern children's literature. A joy to read aloud with young children, this is the perfect book to read at bedtime to remind little ones of how much they are loved.
Adorable Little Nutbrown Hare loves cuddling up to listen to stories, especially his own story, Guess How Much I Love You. With his large floppy ears and feet and cheerful expression, he's the perfect bedtime story companion.
Materials & Care
Guess How Much I Love You is a board book and so is designed to be handled by babies and small children. We encourage this as it’s an important part of how little ones get to know and love books. Yes, the book is likely to become a bit worn but we think that’s OK. If the pages get sticky or a bit dirty, rub gently with a slightly-damp cloth.
Little Nutbrown Hare: spot clean with a damp cloth to remove any marks. Can be hand-washed. Air dry.
About the Authors
Sam McBratney was born in Northern Ireland and wrote more than 50 books for children and young adults. He began work on Guess How Much I Love You after his editor suggested he write a book for younger readers and it was published in 1994. The book was instantly popular, has sold more than 43 million copies worldwide and has been published in 57 languages. Sam McBratney died in 2020.
Anita Jeram is an English author and illustrator of picture books for children. She also illustrates greeting cards. Anita lives in Norther Ireland.
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