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Guess How Much I Love You



Пришла посылка от Энни! Среди прочего была эта замечательная книжка - история и иллюстрации вызывают умиление.
British children's book written by Sam McBratneyand illustrated by Anita Jeram, published in 1994 in the UK by Walker Books and in 1995 in the US by its subsidiary Candlewick Press. The book was a 1996 ALA Notable Children's Book. According to its publishers, in addition to the ALA award and numerous other awards, it has sold more than 20 million copies worldwide and been published in 37 languages.

This is the story of two Nutbrown Hares, Big Nutbrown Hare and Little Nutbrown Hare. The two are never stated to be father and son in the original storybooks, though are referred to as such in the narration for the animated television series. Little Nutbrown Hare asks Big Nutbrown Hare the titular question, "Guess how much I love you?", and the book continues as the two use larger and larger measures to quantify how much they love each other in answer to the question. The story is simple, but effectively shows the love the two share for each other.

А еще по книге снимают мульт с очаровательной theme song. Теперь она у меня номер один))

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