Do You Love Me?

Do You Love Me?

Joost Elffers / Oct 17, 2019

Do You Love Me do you love me always dear you need me ever near would you leave me never ever you want me only forever

  • Title: Do You Love Me?
  • Author: Joost Elffers
  • ISBN: 9780061667992
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Hardcover
  • do you love me always, dear you need me ever near.would you leave me never ever you want me only forever.

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    1. Simply put, this book was weird. The illustrations were weird, and some of the author's choices for words were weird. I think kids would appreciate the bright colors, but the bloblike people-esque creatures were just strange to me.

    2. There are many books about children being wanted by their parents that are better done than this one. The pared down text comes off as uninspired and the illustrations at times can be a bit creepy.

    3. these little creatures freaked me out. while it is intended as a parent-child message, the text feels strangely co-dependent somehow. ick.

    4. A waste of time! Returned it to the library right away. My sons and I have LOVED Joost Elffers' other books (How are you peeling? etc.) with photographs of vegetables and fruits made to have human faces. This was computerized illustrations that mimicked the real life photos, and it just fell flat.

    5. The pictures in this book are so darling. Even the littlest children will love them! Great book for those just learning to read as there are few words per page.* Talking points: love, parents always come back when they leave

    6. Our 7-year-old instantly tried to set the text to the tune "Do You Love Me?" by the Contours. She also liked taking turns reading where she asked the questions and we read the parent part.To read our full review, go to The Reading Tub®.

    7. This is a book about love for very young readers, so it was a little hard for me to appreciate the extremely simple story. However, the illustrations are nice, and the color saturation is stunning. I sort of felt like I was falling into the pictures.

    8. I just used this in a storytime and it was really cute. Anytimes adults and children can talk about loving each other is fun. I also love this illustration style. It is so simple yet says so much. An example of what we will be seeing as more books are getting a computer illustration. Ages 2+

    9. Not sure why so many people are describing this book as "creepy." We picked it up at the library because the cover was intriguing, and my 2-year-old loves it. It's simple and sweet, with cute (maybe somewhat quirky?) illustrations.

    10. Strange little book. Strange questions for a child to ask, I thought anyway. I didn't like the creepy little people/whatever they were either.

    11. Frankly this book creeped me out. I think the author could have comeup with different ways of addressing the question "do you love me?"

    12. Every being wants reassurance it is cared about and noses are used in this book to convey love. The simple story but sincere expressions of love will be enjoyed readers young and old alike.

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