Item description for Je t'aimerai toujours (French Edition) by Robert Munsch & Sheila McGraw...
A young woman holds her newborn son And looks at him lovingly. Softly she sings to him: ""I'll love you forever I'll like you for always As long as I'm living My baby you'll be.""
So begins the story that has touched the hearts of millions of Americans. Since publication in l986, Love You Forever has sold more than 15 million copies in paperback and the regular hardcover edition.
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Studio: Firefly Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 8.25" Height: 8" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 1988
Publisher Firefly Books
ISBN 0920668496 ISBN13 9780920668498
Availability 0 units.
More About Robert Munsch & Sheila McGraw
Robert Munsch is the author of many children's books, and father of 3 grown children. He lives in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
Sheila McGraw has illustrated many children's books and written bestselling craft books. She lives in Houston.
Reviews - What do customers think about Je t'aimerai toujours (French Edition)?
great little story Apr 5, 2008
I knew the English version but truly enjoyed the French one. I have offered it to a few friends as a gift. The story is so touching. It makes me cry every time I read it to my son.
Tres Bien! Nov 19, 2007
I read this book in English before naptime, and in French before bedtime and my girls are actually finishing sentences in both books (in their respective languages)! The book is touching, moving, and elicits emotion from even the most veteran parent. Merci~
Je T'aimerai Toujours Jul 29, 2007
Great children's book! I bought this book because my 11-year-old wants to learn French, but I read this to my infant almost daily. She loves the little song in there, and now that she is five months old, she loves the pictures while I read to her.
seems creepy Jul 28, 2007
I hate this book. I hate how the mom is spying on her grown son toward the end.
a little sick Jul 31, 2006
The last image of a grown man in his near to dead mother's lap is more than a little disturbing. Gets an E for effort. I know what they were trying to do, but really, it comes off as a bit disturbing, Oedipal even.