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You're All My Favourites

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | You're All My Favourites.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Sam McBratney(Author) Anita Jerram(Illustrator)

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Mummy Bear and Daddy Bear reassure their three little bears that each is equally special to them. But the little bears start to wonder: do their differences - being the smallest, not having spots, etc. - mean they are loved less? In the end they are satisfied that they really are all their parents' favourites.

"If a book could hug, this one would give out a reassuring squeeze." BBC Parenting" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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  • By Poppy on 10 January 2014

    A beautiful book for any age reader. Love it!!!You can also buy the book with the 3 matching bears which my daughter has.

  • By niki on 22 August 2016

    This book is so sweet and perfect for a family with more than one child. I am going to give this to my friend, as his wife has just had their second child. Their older child is 4 so she can read this book to her baby sister. It is so nicely written for children. It is about the mother and father bear and their three cubs. It shows how much the parents love each one of their little cubs equally.This is a traditional and classic sort of story that parents all over the world try to repeat to their children to make them realise that regardless of gender, age or for any children that may display traits that they may feel left out sometimes. The message is loud and clear that no matter what! Parents love each child exactly the same.When my children were young they would argue that I loved one more than the other and I argued with my mom that she loved my brother more than me. Most parents with more than one child could relate to this I am sure :-)The illustrations are very cute, sweet, tasteful and just adorable.The book is just lovely and aimed for small children to read or for parents/grandparents to read to their little children.This is a hard cover book and the dimensions are 23.4 x 26 x 1 cm and 32 pages.This book was given to me in exchange for my honest review.

  • By jenny on 10 November 2010

    An absolutely beautiful book - with lovely pictures to go with it. Perfect for any child who is getting used to a new sibling in the household! Having said this, my 6 year old is an only child but I read this to her as it instills the knowledge that all children in the family are loved equally. It is a favourite of mine and I always choose it when she lets me pick!

  • By Molly reads on 4 September 2009

    There is something sweet about this book , Mammy bear and Daddy bear explain to their 3 little baby bears how they are the best little bears in the whole wide world. The little insecurities of the baby bears are cute : 1 has no patches , 2 is the smallest and 3 is a boy.. each of them think that daddy and mammy prefer the others. Daddy bear explains how they are all their favorites. I agree with other reviewers - this is a nice way to chat to your children about how you love all of them equally.Illustrations are basic , simple drawing and light colours - browns/creams/tans - quite calming.

  • By KateZB on 19 August 2012

    I love this story. Had it home for my son and have bought for several friend's children when they have a new brother or sister.Sweet pictures, not too long, simple, to the point and beautifully written.

  • By Sam on 3 January 2010

    A lovely book. Good for getting the message across to siblings about how they can be loved equally by their parents or whoever cares for them. Sweet story with lovely pictures.I can recommend 'I'm Sorry' by the same author - brings a lump to my throat and really makes children (and grown ups!) think about their friendships.

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