I Love You More – book review and giveaway

EDITED TO ADD: This giveaway has been concluded. 

NaBloPoMo – Day 14

I love you more

There’s nothing else in the world quite like the love between a mother and child. The book “I Love You More,” written by Laura Duksta and illustrated by Karen Keesler, depicts the tender relationship between a mother and her son, and if you flip the book around, between the son and his mother. That’s right – this unique book can be read from either direction, each way offering a different perspective of love.

The art is beautiful and the prose is rhythmic, creative and sweet. It is a wonderful book that will no doubt be enjoyed through countless readings.

Win it!

If you’d like to win your own copy of “I Love You More,” simply leave a comment below stating who you would give this book to if you won. A link back to this contest would be appreciated, but is not necessary to enter. The deadline to enter is Tuesday, Nov. 20. A winner will be selected that day using Random.org and posted on the 20th as well.

135 thoughts on “I Love You More – book review and giveaway”

  1. I would give it to my precious neice. It would be one more way I could show her how much I adore and love her. Reading to her is something I treasure…..

  2. If I won, I would give this book to my two sons – and my husband. He is home two nights a week so reading with him before bed is a special treat for them.

  3. I love the title of this book. My 10 yr old daughter and I have our “thing” where we tell each other “I love you more” and then the other says, “No, I love you more” and we would go back and forth, back and forth. Finally we decided that on Sun, Tues, Thurs I would love her more, on Mon, Wed, Fri she would love me more and on Sat we would love each other the same. So, I would have to give this book to her, as it would be so special for the both of us.

    Thanks for the chance and good luck to everyone participating!

    notmuchmorethanthis [at] gmail [dot] com

  4. I would have to keep this book for myself. Well, actually it will be for all the kids to share. I am rebuilding a children’s library for my little one and I love all the “I love you…” type books!!

  5. This book looks so cute – my sons and I actually play the game “I love you more” and we try to outdo each other by saying how much more one of us loves the others!
    My boys would of course get the book!


  6. I would give this book to my friend for her son, who was born in August with neuroblastoma and is now fighting his way through chemo.

  7. I am telling you I woul love to win this book, I have a hard time with people whoo don’t understand why I wanted my son, knowing all I knew before hand. there were other options, but never will I regret my son. He is a blessing and heritage from the Lord. No matter wha, I will always love him unconditionally.

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