We Love Each Other By Yusuke Yonezu

We Love Each Other

An Interactive Book Full of Animals and Hugs

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ISBN: 9789888240562


Published by (2013-11-01)

Love is everywhere! And it’s not just us humans. From birds to elephants, rabbits to turtles, there is love and togetherness depicted on every page of this adorable board book.

A perfect gift for a baby shower, birthday, or Valentine's Day—this book will become a favorite to read again and again—a wonderful way to say "I love you" every day.

Babies, toddlers and preschoolers will enjoy the surprises with each page turn. See what shapes the cleverly cut pages will make! Great for learning shapes, colors, and animals. 

An "adorable and a great way to show your kids that you love them." (geekdad.com)

Book Details

Format: Board Books
Price: 12.95 CAD / 9.95 USD
Published: 2013-11-01
ISBN: 9789888240562
Page Count: 28
Trim Size: 6-3/4 x 6-3/4

"This book is pretty much brilliant. It shows animals apart who, when put together, make different shapes. . . . The art is bold, colorful, simple, funny, sweet, touching." —Elizabeth Bird, A Fuse #8 Production, School Library Journal

"Perfect for lap-snuggling or storytime sharing, this interactive offering inspires animal, color, and shape identification as well as hugs." —Joy Fleischhacker, School Library Journal

"The vibrantly colored, stylized animals are appealing, the large white shapes on bold backgrounds command attention, and the glossy, die-cut pages encourage exploration....Babies and toddlers will appreciate this playful, upbeat introduction to shapes." —Kirkus Reviews

"With a playful "love" message for Valentine's Day, Japanese author/illustrator Yusuke Yonezu brings together bold colors and stylized illustrations to familiarize tots with basic shapes." —Washington Parent

"A smart way to introduce simple shapes, adorable animals and a Valentine's-worthy love theme, Yonezu's board book is precious." —Kids Home Library

"Yusuke Yonezu uses clever cutouts to convey—without ever stating outright—the message that loves completes us . . . ingenious pictures." —Sarah Smith, nytimes.com