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'In the deep green forest, Pip asked, Mama, when will I be big?' Pip is an adorable, roly-poly little panda, who is playful and curious. In Our Love Grows, Mama explains to him how he will grow, just like the world around them.
Huge Hit! Our Love Grows is such an adorable book with a special meaning and a great way to let your children know how much you love them each and every day! Our Love Grows is short but exceptionally sweet.
My favourite part is the end! The cute images only make it that much sweeter also. The story is based on a Mother Panda and a baby Panda. The baby panda is relatable to my children, full of questions! I found it ecspecialy good for my three year old. It is also great for the older children to read to their younger brother. The pages only feauture one to two sentences so great length for keeping small ones interested and entertained.
TeAriki wanted it read over and over and has already picked up a few of the lines and says them word for word. I think Our Love Grows would bw perfect for new Mum's or as a gift for a child under five. Beginner readers would love it and it's nice to read something like this as a parent!
TeAriki's favourite part was when Mummy panda tells Baby Panda he is growing bigger as he seems to be obsessed with when he will grow as big as his siblings at the moment. This is a new favourite all around at our place!
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