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Love You Forever

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 200,313 Ratings and 11,025 Reviews

Book Description
The mother sings to her sleeping baby: "I'll love you forever / I'll love you for always / As long as I'm living / My baby you'll be." She still sings the same song when her baby has turned into a fractious 2-year-old, a slovenly 9-year-old, and then a raucous teen. So far so ordinary--but this is one persistent lady. When her son grows up and leaves home, she takes to driving across town with a ... More
Book Information
PublisherFirefly Books Ltd.
BindingPaperback (57 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages32
Publication Date09/01/1995
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About Robert N. Munsch (Author) : Robert Munsch was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on June 11, 1945. Munsch is well known for creative storytelling and animated expressions and voices. Robert Munsch performs at schools and festival... more
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About Sheila McGraw (Illustrator) : Sheila McGraw is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Sheila McGraw include I Promise I'll Find You, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, P... more
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Reader Comments
10/20/2016 Rebecca Rose Orton tagged as: Inspired me

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2/6/2015 Alice Walters said: A tender story of parent child affection and devotion. A changing perspective and drawing conclusions make it appropriate for intermediate readers.
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1/9/2014 Angela Sexton tagged as: I read, I read

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1/9/2014 Angela Sexton tagged as: I read, I read

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12/13/2011 Alyssa Rixe

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9/12/2011 Amanda Seebeck tagged as: Inspired me

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6/1/2011 Brian Ostrander said: I have never been able to read this book without crying -- my kids (now 14 and 10) make fun of me for that!

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7/19/2010 Lisa Eichlin said: I still cry when I read this! I used to read this to my son all the time. This is the book I buy for people who are getting ready to have a boy.
tags: I read, children, love

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2/19/2010 Nancy S. Miller Illustration said: It's a book if you are a parent that you will love reading to your young one.

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2/13/2010 Bruce Stacy said: I loved this. I used to cry when I read this to my kids
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11/24/2009 Cole Rush

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11/16/2009 jacklyn curb said:
A woman’s love for her son creates a traditional family song which is passed from her to the son to his daughter. This book addresses life processes and the unconditional love a parent can have for their child. The son repeats his mother’s behavior with his own daughter, which is a circular plot... more

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9/20/2009 Donna Marie said: honestly, I can't stand this book. I find the mother/son attachment overdone and ridiculous with the mother climbing into his room and holding an adult on her lap? Come on...
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7/15/2009 Marie Paris said: Sweet, touching story for all.
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5/11/2009 Debbie Williamson said: This is a must read!
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2/3/2009 Lisa Knasiak said: I know Im in the minority, but this book creeps me out.
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1/30/2009 Mike Brodie said: A book that all should read. Everybody who has - agrees.

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1/5/2009 Sarah Wilson tagged as: Inspired me

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10/29/2008 Sandy Padgett said: First time I heard this book I was at a Mothers Day special in my daughters class. The teacher read it to all the mothers...by the time she was finished we were all in tears. Needless to say I ran right out and bought a copy!!!! Great story!!!!

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7/30/2007 Sondra LaBrie said:
I too received this book as a gift to share with my child. I cannot stand the whole premise of this book. Do you think children are comforted by the idea of someone (even mom) entering their bedroom (or house) while they're asleep? If you want a book about undying love and generations passing dow... more

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7/29/2007 Little Willow tagged as: I Read

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