Hands Say Love by George Shannon, Taeeun Yoo
  

Synopsis

Hands Say Love by George Shannon, Taeeun Yoo

Hands touch, hold, and hug. Hands feed, give, and share. Hands create, mend, and heal. Hands say LOVE! Every day our hands show the most important people in our lives how we care about them, from parents helping children learn to walk, to families playing and working together, to friends waving hello and goodbye. This perfect read-aloud for toddlers celebrates the many hands-on moments we share, and reminds us that even the simplest gesture can be a profound expression of love.

Reviews

Praise for Hands Say Love A CCBC Choice List 2015 Book For a family read or simple identification of the day's activities, this charming book sends a loving message and will be a hit.

About the Author

George Shannon is a storyteller and a children's librarian. He is the author of A Very Witchy Spelling Bee, Lizard's Song, Tomorrow's Alphabet, Who Put the Cookies in the Cookie Jar?, and more than thirty other titles. He lives in Washington. Taeeun Yoo is the illustrator of several acclaimed children's books including So Many Days, a Kids' Indie Next List pick; Only a Witch Can Fly, a New York Times Book Review Best Illustrated Children's Book and an Ezra Jack Keats Book Award Winner; and The Umbrella Queen, a Time Magazine Top 10 Children's

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: To 3

Author

George Shannon, Taeeun Yoo
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Publisher

Little, Brown Young Readers an imprint of Little, Brown & Company

Publication date

21st May 2015

ISBN

9780316084796


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