Love You Forever

Love You Forever A young woman holds her newborn son And looks at him lovingly Softly she sings to him I ll love you forever I ll like you for always As long as I m living My baby you ll be So begins the story that ha

  • Title: Love You Forever
  • Author: Robert Munsch Sheila McGraw
  • ISBN: 9781552091098
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A young woman holds her newborn son And looks at him lovingly Softly she sings to him I ll love you forever I ll like you for always As long as I m living My baby you ll be So begins the story that has touched the hearts of millions worldwide Since publication in l986, Love You Forever has sold than 15 million copies in paperback and the regular hardcover editioA young woman holds her newborn son And looks at him lovingly Softly she sings to him I ll love you forever I ll like you for always As long as I m living My baby you ll be So begins the story that has touched the hearts of millions worldwide Since publication in l986, Love You Forever has sold than 15 million copies in paperback and the regular hardcover edition as well as hundreds of thousands of copies in Spanish and French.Firefly Books is proud to offer this sentimental favorite in a variety of editions and sizes We offer a trade paper and laminated hardcover edition in a 8 x 8 size Booksellers should inquire about the special promotion offer on the 24 copy counter displays for the trade paper edition In gift editions we carry a slipcased edition 8 1 2 x 8 1 4 , with a laminated box and a cloth binding on the book and a 10 x 10 laminated hardcover with jacket And a Big Book Edition, 16 x 16 with a trade paper binding.

    Love You Forever Robert Munsch, Sheila McGraw Love You Forever Robert Munsch, Sheila McGraw on FREE shipping on qualifying offers A young woman holds her newborn son And looks at him lovingly Softly she sings to him I ll love you forever I ll like you for always As long as I m living My baby you ll be So begins the story that has touched the hearts of millions worldwide. Love You Forever The Official Website of Robert Munsch Love You Forever started as a song I ll love you forever, I ll like you for always, as long as I m living my baby you ll be I made that up after my wife and I had two babies born dead. Love You Forever Love You Forever is a Canadian picture book written by Robert Munsch and published in It tells the story of the evolving relationship between a boy and his mother The book was written after Munsch and his wife had two stillborn babies They have since become adoptive parents of three. Love You Forever by Robert Munsch, Sheila McGraw Robert Munsch is the bestselling, widely celebrated author of than books for children Love You Forever is his internationally bestselling book with over million copies sold He lives in Guelph, Ontario Sheila McGraw has illustrated six children s books, including the best selling I Promise I ll Find You and has written children s and adult craft books Papier Mch for Kids and I Love You Always Forever I Love You Always Forever is a song by British singer Donna Lewis from her debut album, Now in a Minute Written by Lewis, and produced by Lewis and Kevin Killen, it was released as the album s lead single in the US on May and in the UK on August . Donna Lewis I Love You Always Forever Lyrics MetroLyrics Near or far, closer together Everywhere I will be with you Everything I will do for you Say you ll love and love me forever Never stop, never whatever Tye Tribbett I Love You Forever Glory To God Lyrics Lyrics to I Love You Forever Glory To God by Tye Tribbett We ll worship forever We ll worship forever, Lord We ll worship forever We ll worship forever, The Heartbreaking Story Behind Iconic Children s Book But before Love You Forever was a nursery staple, it was a simple, four line poem that children s book author Robert Munsch would sing silently to himself after his wife gave birth to a stillborn baby It was the second stillbirth the couple had to mourn. Capture His Heart Make Him Love You Forever How It Works YOU REALLY CAN GET YOUR MAN Capture His Heart and Make Him Love You Forever is an astounding system of connecting with a man It employs the latest psychological discoveries about men s psychology to give you an EASY, SIMPLE and EFFECTIVE way of capturing a man s heart and keeping it forever If you want to see how easy it is to make a man love you, simply check out the Love Cards, Free Love Wishes, Greeting Cards Greetings Love has the power to drive you crazy, to sweep you off your feet Reach out to your loved one with these cute, crazy and heartfelt ecards and tell your sweetheart how much you

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    1. You have to read this creepy little book!Licha, thank you so much for introducing this little gem to me. A-MAZING!So, I gathered 3 of my kids (ages 7, 10, & 12) around last night, and told them I wanted to get their opinion on a book. (view spoiler)[Would have loved to get the 15 year old's opinion, but he was busy sleeping off the previous night's video game marathon. (hide spoiler)] You can imagine their excitement when I pulled out a baby book titled Love You Forever. The room was practic [...]

    2. Love you forever, Stalk you for always . . . . ***Ok, in response to the haters: let me state that I do not mind one bit that many people have been touched and uplifted and LOVE this book. It just doesn't work for me. At all. And I'm allowed to have a different opinion that you.***. . . let me say first that I understand this is an allegory about unconditional love between parent/child . . . but does this book come off a little creepy to anyone else? 1) It starts out ok . . . but about the time [...]

    3. Hey parents, do you want to read a children's book that will make you cry uncontrollably from the third page all the way to the end of the book? Well look no further, this is the book for you. Honestly? It's a very sweet book. But get ready to do all the crying while your little kid looks up at you, with an expression that says, "Seriously dad, what the fuck? Do you need a tissue or something?"

    4. I didn't hate this book because it was too sappy. I like sappy sometimes. Here's what I didn't like about the book.Where do I even begin? How about the cover? The cover makes it look like it's some sort of book about potty training or something. Awful choice. Secondly the illustrations are hideous. Simply hideous. Now lets talk about the writing. Repetitive and long-winded. "I'll like you for always" is just a terrible phrase.The overall general creepiness is another reason I didn't like this bo [...]

    5. Okay, I realize I'm in the minority here, and I will admit that the first time I read it I went, "Aww she loves her baby." But then I actually thought about it, and was completely freaked out by this book. This woman USES A LADDER TO CLIMB INTO HER GROWN SON'S WINDOW, PICKS HIM UP OUT OF BED AND HOLDS HIM WHILE HE SLEEPS. Do I need to repeat the "grown man" part? We've got breaking-and-entering here, along with the fact that we never once see this woman tell her son she loves him while he is, oh [...]

    6. Obviously enough, I'm in the minority here, but this children's book is weird, creepy, disturbing and will probably give me more nightmares than any Stephen King novel ever did."Love You Forever" is, as the title indicates, about a mother who loves her sweet little baby boy forever, until her baby has grown into an adult and she into an old woman. I'm perfectly fine with the message that mothers (respectively parents in general) will always love their children and will (in most cases - sadly eno [...]

    7. I'm not feeling the love, but I definitely am feeling the creeps.I get the point - unconditional and everlasting love, hence the three stars. But that's just not how you do it man. I like what the book is saying, I just don't like how it's saying it. Maybe, just maybe, I would've appreciated this story more as a kid, when I saw the world through innocent and unspotted eyes, but now I know such words like STALKER, PEEPING TOM, OBSESSIVE CREEP, LOONEY. Nooooooo. I just can't overlook how disturbin [...]

    8. I just love this book. It is a bit on the "unusual" side, but that is just Munsch for ya. I first read this my Freshman year of college. I cried then and I cry when I read it to my girls. It's the intergenerational, unconditional love of mother/son and then father/daughter that I feel a strong connection with. The mother's corniness just adds to the tenderness of the book. I am touched by the mother's love for her son, the son's love for his mom, and then the son's love to his daughtera breathle [...]

    9. I love this bookMy earliest memory of this book is my mom reading this aloud to my two year old self, and crying as she finished the last few pages. Now im the one who starts crying whenever i pull the book out and stare at the waterworn pages. Anyone who's read this book knows the words that the mother is constantly saying to her son as he's sleeping-I love you forever I'll like you for alwaysAs long as I'm living My baby you'll be.My mom made a tune for those words, and I cant imagine those wo [...]

    10. This is the only children's book I've ever read that stuck me as more depressing than "The Giving Tree". My mother gave me a copy just before my son was born. I read it once and promptly lost to book. I don't think I could EVER read it to my son. It's so. well sorta twisted. Yes it's about love, but it seems so unrealistic, and morbid. I know one day my son will grow up and leave, and I'll get old and die, but I'd rather not dwell on the subject. As a child I found books on this subject very dis [...]

    11. First of all: this book will always have a special place in my heart. It means something to me and my own mother, and to be honest, it always makes me a little bleary-eyed and sentimental. So be warned, before you read this review, that it is coming from someone who loves this book for exactly what it is; a beloved childhood relic.Gee. My, oh, my. What has happened to childhood innocence? I weep for it.Who finds this books disturbing? Really? What's the matter with you people? Why ruin a preciou [...]

    12. I cannot read this book to my kids without doing the 'ugly cry,' which, naturally, creeps them out every single time.

    13. It reassures me to see so many people find this book as creepy and loathsome as I do. I know the lesson we're supposed to learn is that we never stop being the apples of our parents' eyes, but all I ever got out of it was that if you feel at all smothered by your parents, you better get used to it, because it will never end. Also, moms are inherently stalkery. And while I hope that wasn't the authorial intention here, I can't shake the feeling that maybe it really was.

    14. One star is too high for this book! I would have given it negative stars if possible. This is a story of a dysfunctional woman who only tells her child she loves him while he's asleep. He perpetuates the cycle with his daughter. The image of this old mother sneaking into her son's bedroom at night is just too weird, and the thoughts it presages of this man creeping into his teen daughter's bedroom someday are even worse! There are too many wonderful picture books celebrating familial love to was [...]

    15. This was such a sweet book! " I'll love you forever,I'll like you for always,As long as I'm livingmy baby you'll be"A mother repeats this phrase to her son at night, continuing this as he grows up. Parents of even older children can relate. No matter how old they get, they are still yours and you love them. This books shows that through good times and bad and has such a sweet, tender ending that should touch everyone's heart.There is one part that is a bit disturbing with the mom even sneaking i [...]

    16. ONE OF MY FAVORITE ROBERT MUNSCH OF ALL TIME!I read this book way before I had kids. I was a student teacher in my first job and I had never read it before. I can't tell you what a rookie mistake that was!!Oh boy did I cry! I had to leave the room to compose myself. That poem and those words will forever play in my mind: "I'll love you forever, I'll like you for always, as long as I'm living, my baby you'll be!" Just thinking about it and I'm getting emotional. This story came out of left field [...]

    17. This is by far my absolute favorite book to read to or with my children. The first time, I could barely get through it, I cried so hard!I still get misty eyed everytime I read it. Especially when the grown son carries his mother upstairs and rocks her to sleep.I have to turn back to the page where grandma takes off in the station wagon, with the ladder hanging over the roof of the vehicle, whilst racing to her sons' house.That helps soothe the waterworks.Make a mental note to watch how the cat a [...]

    18. I really liked this book when I was a teenager reading it to a room full of 2-year-olds (I worked at a daycare when I was in HS). The kids really liked it, and when you discover something that causes a room full of toddlers to sit still for more then a minute you embrace it. Admittedly, as a teen, there were times when I would get a little choked up reading Love You Forever--teenage me was a bit of a sap. Now this book just weirds me out. Remember: I'm a mother of three. On the surface this is a [...]

    19. I continue to struggle with why so many people love this book with a fervor. Okay, it is nice that the son rocks the mother at the end. And yes, I'm sure that I will always have the feelings that my son is still my little boy who I will want to rock forever. And sure, I understand that the story is supposed to be metaphorical. However, does the mother not understand boundaries? Clearly her son does not want to be rocked as an adolescent and young man and she has to crawl across the floor like a [...]

    20. I don't know how to rate this star-wise because I really can see how creepy (a common word in reviews for it I've noticed) and over-sentimental it is, but I can also see how sincere and profoundly universal its message is. Two sides, same coinr me. I stumbled upon a review of this in which Michelle called it creepier than American Psycho which made me laugh and subsequently click on the book to check it out further. Then I suddenly recognized the book from my childhood and remembered my mother r [...]

    21. ok i have to admit when i first read this, i was fully engulfed in post partum hormonal mayhem. thus, i sobbed. i broke this out last night to read to my son (who is now almost 3) and while the story is still touching, it's a little creepy when the mom drives across town - in the middle of the night - to hold her 40 year old son on her lap and sing to him. hmm??? did his wife find that okay? cause that would warrant a serious conversation, possibly the delivery of some divorce papers. "look hone [...]

    22. Boy, I'm a softie when it comes to kid's books. I can't even read this one out loud to my kids because I cry like a baby. Good thing they are willing to read it to me still. I remember reading this when I was a kid and it made an impact on me back then. The book is a whimsical explanation of just how much parents love their kids, and the power that comes with loving someone is how they love you back. Love is it's own reward in regards to parenthoodGreat for kids of all ages, I'd think!!

    23. 3.5 stars *minor editing sorry*My mom got this book for my four-year old niece Ally:She loves reading with Grandma :)Mom insisted I should read it as well, she said it was different than the ones they got Ally before.A quick read, a very sweet story about a mother and her son, how she loved him no matter what. (The boy in the story reminded me of my brother a bit)"I'll love you forever,I'll like you for alwaysAs long as I'm livingmy baby you'll be"The last few pages of the story were very sweet, [...]

    24. I randomly thought about this book today, as I usually do every once in a while. My mom, awesome lady that she is, fueled my passion for books at a young age and this was one of the many books she purchased for me. Out of all of the books I owned as a kid, this is the one that I remember the best and read the most. It's been YEARS, maybe over 15, since I've read it and I still have vivid memories of reading this and crying.In fact, I think this was the first book EVER that gave me all the feels. [...]

    25. I read this book every year to my Kindergartners--haven't made it through yet without crying! It's a great book to give to a new mom or dad. So different from the rest of Munch's silly books--same structure, though. I gave this book to my mom for mothers' day some years ago when I was young and really broke--but it was a great gift--she loved it!

    26. This book makes me cry every single time I read it. A friend gave it to me when my oldest son was born, and a parent educator that taught a class that I took when both of my kids were babies had made up a little tune to the song. She sang it at "storytime" during every class. I don't think the mom in the book is "creepy" like some people do. I see this more as magical realism, not that it's trying to advocate that people actually climb in their grown children's windows.

    27. Had no idea I would be moved to tears after reading this to my daughter last night. A truly touching story that is great to share with kids.

    28. This is one of the absolute worst books aimed at children that I've ever had the misfortune to encounter. It is a sick message rather than the cozy, warm and loving one purported. I've never recommended it in the decade since I first heard it read to a class with which I worked as an aide and never shall. The idea that a parent is always a parent and will love a child is okay as far as it goes but there are many side tangents to that concept and this book is not a good choice for relaying the un [...]

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