I Love You More with Book Giveaway!

{ A Review }

If you are like me, reviews of this book are popping up all over your blogroll! I Love You More is a touching story written from the viewpoint of both a mother and son in a unique "never-ending" style book. In the picture above, you see the "front" of the book ... all about how much more the mom loves her little son. When you get the middle of the book, you have to turn the book over to start from the other side - then you hear how much the son loves his mom!

When it arrived in the mail, my girls and I read it through twice before putting it down. They loved it, and I really enjoyed the chalk-like drawings. They added such a touch of sweetness to the story. This really is such a wonderful story. I'm going to be adding this book to several baby gifts I need to buy in the coming weeks, it's that good.

{ The Giveaway }

Now, the publisher has been kind enough to offer THREE copies for me to give away! So, here's what you need to do to be entered to win:

1. Comment on this post. : )
2. Make sure you leave me an email address or blog that I can contact you through. No email, no win.
3. Please share what you would say you love someone "more than." For example,

I love you more than the highest bird ever flew.
I love you taller than the tallest tree ever grew.
I love you higher than the highest swing ever swung.
I love you sweeter than the sweetest song ever sung.

No worries ... you don't have to rhyme. : ) But, how would you tell a little one how much you love him or her? Just a fun twist, if that's okay with you all.

I'll close comments on this post on Sunday and draw my three winners that evening ... good luck and feel free to pass it along!

{ Links for More Information }



  1. ooohhhh!

    I love my boys wider than the widest ocean!

    You know I'm not good with the wordy stuff, but I had to leave a comment! This looks like the sweetest book.

  2. Okay, count me in!

    I love you more than sleep! Or...I love you more than chocolate...or I love you more than peanut butter. (My daughter always says that.)

  3. To my four year old-
    I love you higher than Super Man can fly.
    I love you faster than Flash can run.
    I love you further than Spiderman can swing on his web.
    I love you brighter than Batman's signal in the night sky.

    Can you tell he's really into superheroes right now? = )

  4. Anonymous8:05 AM

    Stephanie, The book sounds wonderful.

    I'll share my favorite "I love you more than" story ... my mom was walking with one of my neices who was 5 at the time, I think. She said, "Grandma, I love you more than the numbers" ... My mom was touched but a little uncertain as to what she meant. She went on to explain, "you know, how the numbers just go on and on and on and on, that's how I love you." How sweet!

  5. Anonymous8:12 AM

    Oh, I don't have this one yet.

    Let's see, I'd tell my almost 3 yr old who adores trains, I'll love you longer than the longest choo choo.
    For my almost 2 yr old I'd say something like I love you bigger than the biggest ball

    tlb81003 (at) normalonline.com

  6. This sounds like a great book! Right now Eric keeps saying no one loves him. This book might help him understand HOW much I love my biggest boy!

    I like how one writer put it, "I love you to the moon and back!"


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