100 Things I Love to Do with You


by: Schwartz, Amy
Format: Hardcover

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Product Description Amy Schwartz, author of 100 Things That Make Me Happy, returns with 100 Things I Love to Do with You. From making faces and running races to snapping beans and wearing jeans, here is a warm picture of a collection of things to do with the one you love. From School Library Journal PreS-Gr 2— In the same format as her 100 Things that Make Me Happy , this book employs rhyming couplets and a diverse cast of characters to celebrate things children can enjoy with the people in their lives. Readers will be familiar with many of the activities, such as "Run Races," "Make Faces," and "Toot Horns," "Pop Corn." But there are surprises, too. Some acknowledge quite playfully that youngsters occasionally engage in less acceptable behaviors, like the activity "Misbehave" that appears above two children jumping on a bed or the words "Make Trouble" beneath the illustration of a boy and girl drawing on a wall. Several like "Make Mud Pies" "Help the Sun Rise" encourage enjoyment of nature, while others such as "Snap Beans" and "Scramble Eggs" depict adult and child working companionably together. The illustrations, all painted on white backgrounds and outlined in thin black lines, are pure delight in their variety and detail. They include several small vignettes on a page, pictures enclosed within half-page rectangles, and full-page pictures framed in white. A striking diagonal scene depicts children who "Run Down Hills" and "Pick Daffodils." Every article of clothing is filled with detailed patterns, and no vehicle is duplicated in a scene of two kids at home playing with a large collection of them. Even text colors match each illustration. Checkerboard endpapers echo the palette within, and the underside of the cover features a poster recapping all 100 numbered activities. VERDICT The great variety of activities will elicit both delighted recognition and surprise; the detailed illustrations invite repeated one-on-one viewing. A first purchase.— Marianne Saccardi, Children's Literature Consultant, Cambridge, MA About the Author Amy Schwartz has written and illustrated a number of award-winning titles, among them Bea & Mr. Jones, a New York Times Best Children’s Book of the Year; Annabelle Swift, Kindergartner, a School Library Journal and Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year; and A Teeny Tiny Baby, a New York Times Best Illustrated Book of the Year.


Product Code: 9781419722882
ISBN: 1419722883
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
Publication Date: 2017-12-05
Number of Pages: 40 pages
Languages: english
Edition: Illustrated
Dimension: 8.66 x 0.31 x 10.94 inches
Shipping Weight: 0.84 pounds