Things I Love to Do with You (100 Things) (Board book)

By Amy Schwartz

Abrams Appleseed, 9781419748097, 22pp.

Publication Date: November 10, 2020

List Price: 7.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

From beloved author Amy Schwartz comes a celebration of things to share with the ones you love—now in board book!
 
Amy Schwartz, author-illustrator of Things That Make Me Happy, returns with Things I Love to Do with You. From sticking stickers and wearing slickers, to making faces and running races, here is a sweet collection of things that young ones can do with those they love!


About the Author

Amy Schwartz has written a number of award-winning picture books. She has created two New York Times Best Illustrated Children’s Books of the Year and a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year. She has won the Christopher Award, the Charlotte Zolotow Award, and the National Jewish Book Award, among others. Amy was born and raised in California, and now lives with her family in Brooklyn.


Praise For Things I Love to Do with You (100 Things)

"A rollicking, rhyming read-aloud gives kids ideas for things to do with someone else." 

— Kirkus Reviews

"Lighthearted repetition (“Stick stickers,” “Scoot scooters,” “Toast toast”) will draw smiles among young readers, and the sheer variety of activities represented ensures that children of all types—rowdy, contemplative, mischievous, sporty, imaginative, always hungry—will find some of their own “loves” among the 100 Schwartz includes."

— Publishers Weekly

**STARRED REVIEW**
"The illustrations, all painted on white backgrounds and outlined in thin black lines, are pure delight in their variety and detail . . . The great variety of activities will elicit both delighted recognition and surprise; the detailed illustrations invite repeated one-on-one viewing."

— School Library Journal

"Focused on the enjoyment of micromoments in time, Schwartz does an equally amazing job with the illustrations to create an overall feeling of intimacy by celebrating simple acts of mindfulness."

— Midwest Book Review