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Will You Love Me Still? Board book – January 5, 2012
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Even thought the story is about a girl and her cat, the story itself has great meaning to both myself as a parent as well as to my children. Lancer and I have recently discussed things that children may do and get in trouble but no matter what their parents still love them very much. This book reinforced that concept for my family. The illustrations captured both my attention as well as that of my two sons. My boys liked the book so much that later in the evening, I could hear Lancer talking to Shaunessy in his bedroom. I opened the door a crack and seen the two of them on his bed and Lancer was actually reading to his baby brother! That has never happened before!
I would recommend this book to anyone.
true unconditional love is never in question. I see this as extending way beyond the immediate story itself and into the lives of our families throughout the world today. In today's society
in which both parents are often away from their children for many hours of the day, "Will You Love Me Still?" is a call for attention, kindness, and unending love. Children can sometimes
attract notice through their negative doings, observing if a parent or important other will become alarmed and angry by their actions or ....will demonstrate that love exists with permanence.
Attachment Parenting refers to following the needs of the child, rather than the child following the needs of the adult. This beautifully written book speaks out for Attachment Parenting, whether it be
unconditional love of a cat or a child. Thank you Valya for your deep love of cats and children, and to Katya for the gorgeous illustrations that will be cherished by all children. I am excited
to recommend "Will You Love Me Still?"
The message is one part mischief and all love. In a world so fixated on behavior, attitude and conditional love, the message of unconditional, baseline love takes on even more importance. That said, this book could open a doorway for parents to discuss the difference between disappointment in behavior vs. condemning someone as a person. The kitty in this book is very naughty! Parents might want to use this book as a springboard for chats with their children about how they are always loved but that certain behaviors are preferred or inappropriate. The kitty "tests" the girl like children often push boundaries in order to see if they are loved under all conditions. With the assurance of this unconditional love, one assumes the kitty's behavior would improve ... although that story is perhaps part of a different book. :)
Highly recommended for small children and new readers.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a thick cardboard page toddler book; however, my six year old grand-daughter is easy to please and was thrilled to get it for a birthday gift. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Patricia Ann
I got this book for my 2 y.o. toddlers who love cats and pictures of cats. The illustrations are cute and we usually end up looking through the pictures and just describing what's... Read morePublished on November 25, 2013 by andorm
I always keep a lookout for cute cat stories and even though this is a children's book, I enjoyed it very much. i caught myself smiling the entire time :)Published on September 23, 2012 by Sandy224
This is a SUPER cute story written by what is obviously a cat lover.... but what I love the most is that the words can be about a parents love for child as well as a pet. Read morePublished on June 12, 2012 by s_gallegos
Will You Love Me Still? is a children's board book. An adorable and beautifully illustrated book about a crazy cat. Read morePublished on April 9, 2012 by Mysunshine510
Will You Still Love Me is a unique book about unconditional love. The story is written from a cat's point of view as he asks the question repeatedly to see if there is anything he... Read morePublished on March 5, 2012 by Train Up the Child
There a few things as special as curling up with your little one with a picture book for story time. Read morePublished on February 16, 2012 by That Odd Mom
The book is primarily written from the cat's perspective asking if "I am naughty this way or if I'm naughty that way, will you still love me? Read morePublished on February 13, 2012 by Gianna