I love u to the moon and back book
Chapman And Warnes – I Love You to the Moon and BackContributing now is the fastest way to get your copy! A wildly exciting space trek showcasing the imaginative lengths we go to ensure our cherished little ones feel nurtured and loved, while at the same time, inspired to explore their own creativity and sense of adventure. This whimsical story, with its vibrant illustrations featuring real space pictures, takes readers on a high flying, cosmic journey with heart that tickles the senses and uplifts the spirits. It is certain to spark curiosity, inspire dialogue and invigorate any reading routine, leaving children of all ages eager to explore this new classic again and again! I am thrilled to announce that after nearly three years of healing and hard work, this book dream is ready for print! The printing process is exceptionally costly, but I can't let that deter my stand-out children's book from being a part of story time around the globe. At this time, I am raising funds for the inaugural printing of books, while also providing a platform to donate printed books to the nonprofit Give Together as part of charitable reward options.
Cutest book ever. My 2 year old has over books because she loves them so much. Her book habit is getting expensive so we recently got her a library card.
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I Love You to the Moon and Back
Find out more about the creators of this wonderful book and the story behind its success here. Sam became a teacher and taught at a further education college, a grammar school and a primary school. Sam is married with three grown-up children and a tortoise, and lives in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Anita Jeram was born and brought up in Portsmouth. Anita worked in a variety of jobs after leaving school in a factory and a kennel before doing a foundation course in Visual Studies at Manchester Polytechnic, followed by a degree course in illustration. Anita is married to a palaeontologist and has three children and a menagerie of animals, including cats, dogs, rabbits, toads, a lizard, a snake and a tortoise. She lives in Northern Ireland, and hopes, eventually, to set up a wildlife sanctuary there.
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The phrase, which uses the celestial feat and distance to heighten and dramatize the extent of love, may have been boosted by space exploration and the moon landing in the s. An official NASA document, for instance, used the phrase to the moon and back when describing a program in , and the specific phrase has a smattering of instances across the decades prior. Whatever its precise origins, the saying spread in the —s, as evidenced by its use in popular culture. In , linguists used I love you to the moon and back as an example of one of the many uses of the preposition to, which indicates that the phrase was in common conversational use by that point. The first uses of love you to the moon and back on Twitter appear in the fall of Early examples include expressions of affection both between parents and children, but also between romantic partners.