A Childhood Favorite Celebrates 20 Years - Guess How Much I Love You - Review & Giveaway #kaboomentertainment




On January 6th, Guess How Much I Love You, the timeless and beloved picture book, came to life on DVD in the U.S. and Canada. In the new release, titled Guess How Much I Love You – Someone Special, Little Nutbrown Hare and his father Big Nutbrown Hare remind us that there is no greater love than that between a parent and child. The DVD includes 7 heartwarming episodes that we’re certain you and your little Hare will enjoy over and over again!

I have been reading this book for years to my kids. So much so that it is literally coming apart.


The sweet story of Little Nutbrown Hare and Big Nutbrown Hare always made me smile. They were words I completely understood as a parent. The love of a parent and their child is completely heart filling. I tell my kids when they say they love me, "I love you more." They say, "No, I love you more." I tell them, "Impossible." It is how I felt as I was reading this book and still feel it as I think about how I felt reading the book. It literally brings tears to my eyes.

Seeing these adorable characters from to life makes me want to read the book to the kids right now but they are at school and I miss them terribly. Thankfully, I work in the school and will see them in about an hour. Hooray me!

The DVD has our favorite characters prepare for the coming of Spring, wonder about the stars above their heads, gather flowers while learning about why they shouldn't pick too many flowers, do some  recycling, why spending time with friends is one of life's best moments . I love the sweet little voices of Big and Little Nutbrown Hare and their animal friends and how Big Nutbrown Hare always end their night with how much they love and have each other.

Children and parents will love this because the animation is sweet, soft, colorful and reminiscent of the days when you held your babies tight and rocked them to sleep.

I am fortunate enough to have a DVD of my very own but also get to gift one to one of my readers along with a Brand New Guess How Much I Love You Panoramic Book


Disclaimer: I received a complimentary DVD for my honest opinion. No monetary compensation was offered.

22 comments:

  1. My oldest loves to read Itsy Bitsy Spider.

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  2. We liked to read Green Eggs and Ham.

    Nancy
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  3. Good Night Moon was everybody's favorite.
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  7. The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle!

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  8. I'll Love You Always or I think its I'll Love You Forever

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    thank you

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  9. I loved to read Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown to my 2 children.

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  10. My older brother use to read The Three Billy Goat Gruff to me when I was a little girl-

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  12. my son always loved cars and trucks and things that go

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  14. my kids loved eric carl the very hungry catepillar, boy we still have that book 19 years later

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  16. Anonymous10:50 PM

    My kids favorites were Goodnight Moon and The Little Critter Books
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    Merry

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  22. My daughter loves [and still does] The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.

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