What is Love? by Agnes and Salem de Bezenac

UnknownA little girl writes about what it means to love someone.  Her dad, her mom, her big brother, they all have something to say about what love is.  In the end, it turns out she knows something about what love is as well, and how you show the people you love how you feel, especially little sisters who love tea parties.

Happy Valentine’s Day, everybody!  This is a cute little book that I got for free on iBooks.  It is available in paper form and through different ebook distributers.  Agnes and Salem de Bezenac have a bunch of morality books like this one, some of them Christian based, others for a more general audience like this one, and some are about practical things like helping out around the house.  Besides being an author/illustrator, Agnes is tutor for young people, and she brings a nice tone to her books- you can tell they’re written by someone who has experience with kids.  It feels teacher-ish without being preachy and overbearing.  The pictures are well done, and the book is formulaic but short enough that it doesn’t get annoying.  And I like the message that when you love someone, you show it by trying to make them happy, even when it is not necessarily convenient.

Visit the website of Agnes and Salem de Bezenac to learn more about their books.


About childrensbooksonadime

I am mother to three spectacular daughters and wife to an amazing husband who is a disabled Army veteran. As a military wife for 7 years, I enjoyed traveling the world, and now that we are civilians again, I am excited to see where life will take us as my husband gets his MA and begins a new career. I love to read with my girls and on my own, sing, play & teach piano, and write children's stories. My blog is reviews of children's books I can find for under dollar and my goal is to start posting my own stories as soon as I get 100 followers. They're pretty great, so you should help me along by following. My dream is to see one of my stories published in a large and lovely picture book that will inspire the hearts and minds of the rising generation.
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