I wanted to do two L posts. 😀 I’m silly, behind, AND an over-achiever!
Love You Forever by Robert Munsch is the first book from my childhood that had a seriously profound impact on me. There’s something musical about the word crafting throughout, along with simple, yet effective, illustrations that pulled me in. Every single time. I remember the joy through read alouds and then a deep sadness at the end of the story. I think this story actually played a role in why I am who I am.
It’s funny that something seemingly so small can affect us at such a young age. Books change us, regardless of our years here.
What book do you remember the most from childhood? Why?