ê I Love You, Stinky Face Ä Download by ☆ Lisa McCourt

ê I Love You, Stinky Face Ä Download by ☆ Lisa McCourt I really only review my absolute favorite children s books because I want to draw attention to them I don t bother with the mediocre ones This is one of my favorites as a parent because of it s premise, and one of my girls favorites because it s so goofy.
The idea is a little boy and his mother talking back and forth about what it would take for her to not love him She reassures him that nothing he could ever do or be could make her stopno matter how stinky, how dirty, how ugly he is, she loves him all the same The little boy comes up with some of the cutest and goofiest circumstances trying to test him mother, but it s all in good fun He s a swamp monster and an alligator, his claws rip the sheets to shreds every night, and he puts his mom through some really smelly situations before he is finally convinced and tired enough to let it go.
This is a fun book to do in wild voices, and my girls and I have worked out our own little rhythms, so that each time we read it, we re all giggling like mad It s also a great book to end with a sweet kiss and a conversation about how unconditional your love for your kids is.
A family favorite I love the premise of this story it s a very humorous and creative way to portray a mother s unconditional love for her child It s a great reassurance story for children as the little girl boy the illustrations of the child are a bit androgynous which is, I think, a good thing as it lends itself to broader audiences asks Mama whether she would still love her child even if it turned into an ape or a stinky skunk or a cyclops, or And Mama says of course The illustrations are wonderful and really add a lot of character, humor and heart to the story as we see Mama taking care of her youngster through all the imaginative and icky transformations Highly recommended One of the many books gifted to Ryder at the baby shower I finally got around to reading it, and it is delightful A wonderful story where a child is asking his mother if she would still love him if her were a stinky skunk, swamp monster, or a man eating dinosaur And of course the mother reassures her sweet child that no matter what he was she would still love him An endearing tale of a mother s love and a child s need to feel both loved and accepted for who he is I really enjoy this story, and Ryder seemed to as well.
my kids love this book I really only review my absolute favorite children s books because I want to draw attention to them I don t bother with the mediocre ones This is one of my favorites as a parent because of it s premise, and one of my girls favorites because it s so goofy.
The idea is a little boy and his mother talking back and forth about what it would take for her to not love him She reassures him that nothing he could ever do or be could make her stopno matter how stinky, how dirty, how ugly he is, she loves him all the same The little boy comes up with some of the cutest and goofiest circumstances trying to test him mother, but it s all in good fun He s a swamp monster and an alligator, his claws rip the sheets to shreds every night, and he puts his mom through some really smelly situations before he is finally convinced and tired enough to let it go.
This is a fun book to do in wild voices, and my girls and I have worked out our own little rhythms, so that each time we read it, we re all giggling like mad It s also a great book to end with a sweet kiss and a conversation about how unconditional your love for your kids is.
A family favorite I love the premise of this story it s a very humorous and creative way to portray a mother s unconditional love for her child It s a great reassurance story for children as the little girl boy the illustrations of the child are a bit androgynous which is, I think, a good thing as it lends itself to broader audiences asks Mama whether she would still love her child even if it turned into an ape or a stinky skunk or a cyclops, or And Mama says of course The illustrations are wonderful and really add a lot of character, humor and heart to the story as we see Mama taking care of her youngster through all the imaginative and icky transformations Highly recommended One of the many books gifted to Ryder at the baby shower I finally got around to reading it, and it is delightful A wonderful story where a child is asking his mother if she would still love him if her were a stinky skunk, swamp monster, or a man eating dinosaur And of course the mother reassures her sweet child that no matter what he was she would still love him An endearing tale of a mother s love and a child s need to feel both loved and accepted for who he is I really enjoy this story, and Ryder seemed to as well.
my kids love this book Best of the how much I love you genre.
Seems like the author illustrator went to a great deal of trouble to make the kid gender ambiguous and the back cover copy writer ruined it all.
I normally don t review children s books but I think I am going to start I won t be often enough as I do all the other genres I do read with my son and the books my son really takes attention to are the books I plan to review I Love You Stinky Face was given to my son as a gift It s kind of a cute story I call my niece Stinky Butt I even have a little song to go with it It never was out of negativity and she actually wants me to call her that BTW she is 9 Anyhoo so they gave me the book because I use stinky in a lot of my nicknames haha weird This book can express what unconditional love a mother has for their children It has a whimsy touch but it s not girlie The fun silly questions in the book are fabulous The answers are endearing It s an all around fantastic book The illustrations are if you can believe it absolutely perfect I doubt I could find a better suited book for my son I have been racking my brain on how to decorate his room Because I love this book so much I plan on basing it off of I Love You Stinky Face.
The picture of the book does not do the book justice The book is so bright and vibrant.
She does have a type of Stinky Face series Yes, I plan on running out and buying them.
A Vividly Illustrated Bedtime Story That Shows How The Unconditional Love Of A Mother Can Be Tested Through The Relentless Questions Of Her Little Boy But Mama, But Mama, What If I Were A Super Smelly Skunk, And I Smelled So Bad That My Name Was Stinky Face Mothers Love Their Children And This Unconditional Love Is Truly Tested InI Love You, Stinky Face Lisa McCourt And Cyd Moore Beautifully Weave A Reassuring Tale Of The Love And Affection Of A Parent The Imaginative Son Turns Himself Into A Meat Eating Dinosaur, A Swamp Creature And Much, Much Before Being Satisfied With The Fact That No Matter How Stinky He Is Or How Slimy Of A Creature He Could Possibly Be, He Is Loved And Nothing Will Change That Since joining BookCrossing in 2003, most of the books I ve read have been BookCrossing books, either in the form of books I have gotten from other members or my books that I have registered in order to release once I ve read them I Love You, Stinky Face breaks with that tradition as it is a book Sean has borrowed from his preschool.
Sometime this summer while I was giving Sean a bath, he exclaimed I love you stinky face I had no idea how to react Was he insulting me Was it a strange term of endearment Was he quoting something out of context At the time, thinking he might be tryingplayground humor, I cautioned him not call people stinky faces Finally Sean explained that I Love You, Stink Face is a book they ve been reading at school.
Over the weekend, Sean borrowed the book from his preschool so we could finally read it together I wasn t expecting to like the book given the title but within a couple of pages, I was enchanted by it It is a book about unconditional love of a mother for her child The child at bed time asks his mother if she would still love him if he were to change into a variety of things dinosaur, gorilla, skunk hence the stinky face , and swamp monster for example The mother responds that yes she would still love him and she lists the various ways she would accommodate his changes like moving into a home next to the swamp.
Besides the message of love and acceptance, the book captures the typical sorts of questions kids Sean s age ask their parents I could completely relate to the mother in the book, though I have to learn how to not get flustered at some of Sean s odder questions I think I will get Sean a copy of this book the next time I go book shopping.
If I were to make a journal entry at BookCrossing for I Love You, Stinky Face, I would rate it a ten out of ten stars It really is that good and the illustrations are fun too.
I had a rather massive surgery last week which left my formerly pretty face looking like a bag of muddy tennis balls When I told my mom this, she made me promise to read I Love You, Stinky Face It s very sweet and extremely relevant to face throat surgery survivors with moms who love them.
Definitely a favorite The message of a parents unconditional love for a child shines through in a fun, lovely illustrated and well written tale Thanks Nicole for recommending this It s a big favorite with all the kiddies



I normally don t review children s books but I think I am going to start I won t be often enough as I do all the other genres I do read with my son and the books my son really takes attention to are the books I plan to review I Love You Stinky Face was given to my son as a gift It s kind of a cute story I call my niece Stinky Butt I even have a little song to go with it It never was out of negativity and she actually wants me to call her that BTW she is 9 Anyhoo so they gave me the book because I use stinky in a lot of my nicknames haha weird This book can express what unconditional love a mother has for their children It has a whimsy touch but it s not girlie The fun silly questions in the book are fabulous The answers are endearing It s an all around fantastic book The illustrations are if you can believe it absolutely perfect I doubt I could find a better suited book for my son I have been racking my brain on how to decorate his room Because I love this book so much I plan on basing it off of I Love You Stinky Face.
The picture of the book does not do the book justice The book is so bright and vibrant.
She does have a type of Stinky Face series Yes, I plan on running out and buying them.
Best of the how much I love you genre.
Seems like the author illustrator went to a great deal of trouble to make the kid gender ambiguous and the back cover copy writer ruined it all.
Since joining BookCrossing in 2003, most of the books I ve read have been BookCrossing books, either in the form of books I have gotten from other members or my books that I have registered in order to release once I ve read them I Love You, Stinky Face breaks with that tradition as it is a book Sean has borrowed from his preschool.
Sometime this summer while I was giving Sean a bath, he exclaimed I love you stinky face I had no idea how to react Was he insulting me Was it a strange term of endearment Was he quoting something out of context At the time, thinking he might be tryingplayground humor, I cautioned him not call people stinky faces Finally Sean explained that I Love You, Stink Face is a book they ve been reading at school.
Over the weekend, Sean borrowed the book from his preschool so we could finally read it together I wasn t expecting to like the book given the title but within a couple of pages, I was enchanted by it It is a book about unconditional love of a mother for her child The child at bed time asks his mother if she would still love him if he were to change into a variety of things dinosaur, gorilla, skunk hence the stinky face , and swamp monster for example The mother responds that yes she would still love him and she lists the various ways she would accommodate his changes like moving into a home next to the swamp.
Besides the message of love and acceptance, the book captures the typical sorts of questions kids Sean s age ask their parents I could completely relate to the mother in the book, though I have to learn how to not get flustered at some of Sean s odder questions I think I will get Sean a copy of this book the next time I go book shopping.
If I were to make a journal entry at BookCrossing for I Love You, Stinky Face, I would rate it a ten out of ten stars It really is that good and the illustrations are fun too.
I had a rather massive surgery last week which left my formerly pretty face looking like a bag of muddy tennis balls When I told my mom this, she made me promise to read I Love You, Stinky Face It s very sweet and extremely relevant to face throat surgery survivors with moms who love them.
Definitely a favorite The message of a parents unconditional love for a child shines through in a fun, lovely illustrated and well written tale Thanks Nicole for recommending this It s a big favorite with all the kiddies