I Love You Like Yellow

£12.99

I Love You Like Yellow, yet I love you like green. What’s more ‘like flowery orchid/ and sweet tangerine‘. It seems this love is as delightful and varied as foodstuffs, whether ‘crunchy and crispy‘ or ‘sweet and like tart’. What’s more, it continues to fun, from ‘joyous and jolly‘ to ‘silly’. It seems this love is constant. It travels from new to old, stormy to sunny. Then again it might feel starry, or still.

Somehow, gloriously, Andrea Beaty, best known for titles such as Iggy Peck, Architect, creates a remarkable template of unconditional, ever constant love. Then again, award winning illustrator and writer Vashti Harrison, offers gentle, rich, blossoming pictures that celebrate each declaration.

Bookwagon loves and recommends I Love You Like Yellow. What’s more, we can see this as an ideal gift to a newborn, then a poetic refrain that is read and known, loved and shared from very early reading, to the full wonder of growing up.

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I Love You Like Yellow

Andrea Beaty and Vashti Harrison

(Abrams)– hardback

I Love You Like Yellow, yet in so many other ways too. It seems you might be loved ‘green‘, or even ‘silly‘ or ‘mad‘. Then again, ‘joyous and jolly‘ or ‘silent and sad‘. What’s more, it seems that love’s constant, so that that it continues whether ‘crunchy and crispy‘ or ‘sweet and tart’. Furthermore, this love’s present whether slow, fast, or first or last!
Andrea Beaty offers a determined, constant rhyming narrative of unconditional love. Then again, her words are shown in active, vibrant, inclusive pictures by Vashti Harrison, of Little Leaders Visionary Women Around the World, amongst other titles. What’s more, it seems that every instance, from stormy to gloomy or grey is considered. This means that every assertion of faithful devotion and care seems complete. Every example is also shown as one that we might recognise, too.
Bookwagon loves and recommends I Love You Like Yellow. Furthermore, we suggest this beautiful poetry refrain might be included as a read aloud, a recitation, a knowledge and devotion offered to a new reader. It seems this title is a testament to family, friendship and all forces of good and community.

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