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Guess How Much I Love You? Read the book or watch the new DVD

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So when the wee ones ask you on February 14 "how much do you love me?,"you can tell them by stretching your arms as wide as possible.
Or tell them to sit down and get ready for the answer.
There's a pretty good chance that if you were born in 1995 or after, you often read Guess How Much I Love You, Sam McBratney's delightful children's book, now a treasured part of every childhood library. The tome has been turned into an animated series by Australia's SLR Productions . . . the soft, painterly illustrations come to rich life, as Little Nutbrown Hare, his father and forest friends have grand adventures and learn a little about themselves---and life. Originally airing on Disney Jr., this second DVD installment is a must-have for any parent tired of the bells and whistles standard in many of today's animated series.
From the importance of friendship to embracing differences in one another, young home viewers will learn valuable life lessons---and have fun doing it---in the whimsical, all-new DVD from Entertainment One, Guess How Much I Love You: Friendship Adventures.
Wee ones will enjoy seven charming, colorfully-animated episodes as they join Little Nutbrown Hare, his father and all his forest friends---fun-loving Field Mouse, mischievous Little Grey Squirrel, tricky Little Redwood Fox and Little White Owl---as they explore the grassy fields, mossy forests, lazy rivers and sunny green valleys all around them.
You can still stretch your arms since they most will stretch theirs.


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