A touching love story, I Love You Like Crazy Cakes will warm the cockles of any new parent's heart, especially those who have recently adopted a child. It's an ideal story for lap-time reading, and will inspire parents and kids to talk about their own first "meetings," whether at birth or in an adoption agency. Jane Dyer, illustrator of the bestselling Time for Bed by Mem Fox, Oh My Baby, Little One by Kathi Appelt, and many other marvelous picture books, uses a pastel palette of watercolors to capture the tender moments between the American mom and her rosy-cheeked Chinese baby. (Ages 3 to 6) --Emilie Coulter
The first few times I read this book, I could not finish it without crying.
Although this is a book sure to appeal to parents who have adopted children from other countries, specifically China, it's a great story for any child, adopted or not.
Dyer's lovely watercolor illustrations are charming --and add to the warm loving tone of the story - it's just wonderful!
I bought this book for a friend who is adopting from China! The book arrived earlier than I expected, and in great condition! This was a great buy!Published 4 months ago by Elizabeth A Marriett
this book was recommended to me and so I ordered for a friend who adopted. great story and one to be cherished.Published 5 months ago by Danielle Counts
In I Love You Crazy Cakes a baby girl in an orphanage wants to get adopted by a woman across the ocean. Then the woman goes to China where the baby girl is. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mr. Michalek's Seond Grade Class
I bought this book as a gift for my cousin/best friend who just adopted a daughter from China. I love the sweet words of this book and will hopefully be something she can share... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Julie Bebawy
This is a lovely story about a woman adopting a Chinese child. I gave it to a friend who had done that. Read morePublished 13 months ago by M. Roney
Such a sweet book for a gift to an adopted Chinese girl . Used it for a dedication gift. Great book!Published 14 months ago by Annetta Kilgore
This is a very endearing peek into the adoption of a baby girl from China. It's one mother's experience, but it has universal appeal.Published 21 months ago by Susanna