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Everyone loves something - it's true! Elmo explains how each person has something special they care about. For example, babies love noise and kids love toys; Bert loves pigeons and pigeons love to coo, and so on. At several points the lively rhyming text breaks for a moment to remind young readers that "Elmo loves you!" This is a natural for Valentine's Day and a sweet, reassuring poem about love that kids will enjoy year round.
Everyone loves somethingits true! In this rhyming book, Elmo explains how everyone has something special they care aboutbabies love noise and kids love toys; Bert loves pigeons and pigeons love to coo. And, as Elmo loves to remind readers throughout the book, to toddler's delight, "Elmo loves you!"
While this is a great present for Valentines Day, it's also a sweet, reassuring poem about love that kids will enjoy year round.
Sarah Albee writes children's books for many age groups and under a number of pseudonyms. She has had three of her books appear on the New York Times Bestseller list. Before she began her career as a children's book writer and editor, Sarah was a newspaper cartoonist and a semiprofessional basketball player. These days she lives in Connecticut with her husband and three children.
After graduating from Rhode Island School of Design, Maggie Swanson spent three years at Hallmark Cards. In college she learned about drawing and painting and dreaming. Hallmark taught her to start and finish a job in a timely and professional manner. After that, she started her freelance career, and has illustrated over 100 children's books for many different publishers. She lives in Connecticut with her husband Rick.