Moo-Moo, I Love You!
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- Publication Date: September 22, 2020
- Imprint: Abrams Books for Young Readers
- Trim Size: 9 1⁄2 x 9 1⁄2
- ISBN: 9781419747069
- Page Count: 48
- Illustrations: Color illustrations throughout
- Rights: World/All
From the bestselling and beloved team behind I Wish You More, comes a moo-ving ode to the love between parent and child
New York Times bestselling pair Tom Lichtenheld and Amy Krouse Rosenthal present udderly perfect expressions of affection to share between any cow and calf: I love you no matter your moo-d. I love giving you a big s-moo-ch. My love for you is as big as . . . a MOO-SE! With a universal message and warm, funny text that families will read and reread together, this exuberant book from two picture book superstars at their best, is a moo-velous choice for gifts year-round to fans of I Love You to the Moon and Back and Guess How Much I Love You.
"A moo-ve-lous, moo-ving tribute to love for a child."Kirkus Reviews —
"A book that has the feel of a cherished homemade valentine from a devoted parent who is fond of wordplay."Publishers Weekly —
"Readers young and old will love the wordplay, smile at the adoring relationship between cow and calf, and be reminded that love has no bounds."School Library Journal —
About the authors
Tom Lichtenheld is the illustrator and author of more than 20 books, including New York Times bestsellers Goodnight, Goodnight ConstructionSite; Steam Train, Dream Train; Stick and Stone; and I Wish You More. He lives with his wife in Batavia, Illinois. Amy Krouse Rosenthal wrote more than thirty picture books, including Little Pea and the #1 New York Times bestsellers I Wish You More and Dear Girl (cowritten with her daughter, Paris Rosenthal). A contributor to National Public Radio, a TED collaborator and speaker, a filmmaker, the creator of a specialty line of keepsake journals, and the author of two groundbreaking adult memoirs (Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life and Textbook Amy Krouse Rosenthal), she raised her three children with her husband Jason on a treelined street in Chicago. For more about Amy’s life, work, and the Foundation formed in her memory, please see www.amykrouserosenthalfoundation.org.