Thursday, April 22, 2010

I Love You Three Dots

We've read lots of books to our kids and grandkids, and I've seen some very nice ones over the years. But one new one just made it to the top of our list. It's I Love You Three Dots, by a friend of mine, Mona Haynes.
In it, a mom is helping her young son to learn his numbers, and he asks her about the three dots he sees after each number. She tells him that they mean the idea goes on and on. It's a symbol for something that just keeps going.
Well, the meaning makes quite an impression on him, as we learn later, at bedtime.
It's a wonderful story, and it's available at Check it out for your own kids, or for anyone who needs reassurance that love does indeed go on forever.

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