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Educational English Story Books for kids libros Best Picture Books Children Baby Short Stories Guess How Much I Love You livros

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    This is the story of two Nutbrown Hares, Big Nutbrown Hare andLittle Nutbrown Hare. The two are never stated to be father and sonin the original storybooks, though are referred to as such in thenarration for the animated television series. Little Nutbrown Hareasks Big Nutbrown Hare the titular question, “Guess how much I loveyou?”, and the book continues as the two use larger and largermeasures to quantify how much they love each other in answer to thequestion. The story is simple, but effectively shows the love thetwo share for each other.

    This is the story of two Nutbrown Hares, Big Nutbrown Hare andLittle Nutbrown Hare. The two are never stated to be father and sonin the original storybooks, though are referred to as such in thenarration for the animated television series. Little Nutbrown Hareasks Big Nutbrown Hare the titular question, “Guess how much I loveyou?”, and the book continues as the two use larger and largermeasures to quantify how much they love each other in answer to thequestion. The story is simple, but effectively shows the love thetwo share for each other.
    Little Nutbrown Hare,who was going to bed, held on tight to Big Nutbrown Hare’s verylong ears.He wanted to be sure that Big Nutbrown Hare waslistening.
    “Guess howmuch I love you,” he said.
    “Oh, Idon’t think I could guess that,” said Big NutbrownHare.
    “Thismuch,” said Little Nutbrown Hare, stretching out his arms as wideas they could go.
    Big Nutbrown Hare had evenlonger arms. “But I love you this much,” he said.
    Hmm, that is a lot, thought Little Nutbrown Hare.
    “I love you as high as I canreach,” said Little Nutbrown Hare.
    “I love you as high as I canreach,” said Big Nutbrown Hare.
    That is very high, thought Little Nutbrown Hare. I wish I had armslike that.
    Then Little Nutbrown Hare hada good idea. He tumbled upside down and reached up the tree trunkwith his feet.
    “I love you all the way up to my toes!” he said.
    “And I love you all the way upto your toes,” said Big Nutbrown Hare, swinging him up over hishead.
    “I love you as high as I canhop!” laughed Little Nutbrown Hare, bouncing up anddown.
    “But I love you as high as Ican hop,” smiled Big Nutbrown Hare-and he hopped so high that hisears touched the branches above.
    That’s good hopping, thought Little Nutbrown Hare. I wish I couldhop like that.
    “I love you all the way downthe lane as far as the river,” cried Little Nutbrown Hare.
    “I love you across the river and over the hills,” said Big NutbrownHare.
     
    That’s very far, thoughtLittle Nutbrown Hare. He was almost too sleepy to thinkanymore.
    Then he looked beyond the thornbushes, out into the big dark night.Nothing could be farther than the sky.
    “I love you right up to themoon,” he said, and closed his eyes.
    “Oh, that’s far,” said Big Nutbrown Hare. “That is very, veryfar.”
     
    BigNutbrown Hare settled Little Nutbrown Hare into his bed ofleaves.
    He leanedover and kissed him good night.
     
    Then he lay down close by andwhispered with a smile, 
    “I love you right up to themoon —-
    and back.”
     
     
     


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