Posts tagged 'I Love You More'
(Artwork by Marianne Richmond)
No matter if you use cloth diapers or disposable diapers, work full time or stay at home all day, cook for your children or take a family excursion to a different restaurant every day, you are an AMAZING mom! Don't ever let anyone else tell you otherwise. Don't let the Super Mom fool you, the June Cleaver look-alike intimidate you, or Perfect-Mom Syndrome get to you. As long as you love your kids the best way you know how, you are an all-star mom. How do we know?
We are so excited to announce the release of our new Elmo Loves You! interactive children's book in the Put Me In The Story iPad app! Your child will star in this interactive story alongside Elmo. The best part of the app is when Elmo tells your child "Elmo loves you!" over and over. He will even ask for a kiss! Elmo's giggles will soon become contagious and your child will want to read this adorable story again!
Watch the Elmo trailer below
to see the lovable character come to life.
Your children will smile and giggle with Elmo!
April Showers Bring…App Sales!
In celebration of Elmo, we are discounting ALL of our interactive books by 50% in the app! You can now purchase the interactive bestselling books you already love for only $2.99. This offer is good through April 23 so download your books today!
"I love apps that teach my children or read to them
and Put Me In The Story does both."
—Jennifer @ EightyMPHMom.com
More Books Available for In-App Purchase
My Name is Not Isabella
by Jennifer Fosberry
My Name is Not Alexander
by Jennifer Fosberry
Dream Big, Little Pig!
by Kristi Yamaguchi
If I Could Keep You Little...
by Marianne Richmond
Santa is Coming to My House
by Steve Smallman
This is the week when we all talk about love a little more. When I had the idea for I Love You More I realized I wanted people to be talking about, expressing, showing, and sharing their love for one another all the time! It was first written for my nephew Tyler, as my sister and her husband were going through a difficult time. Soon I realized it was bigger than that, and that it was written so that all children might know, no matter what was going on in their lives or in the world around them how truly loved they are.
I've figured out over the years that I Love You More is just as much for the parents, grandparents, teachers, preachers, aunts and uncles, as it is for the kids they read it to. It's a message we all benefit from hearing over and over again. I hope "I love you" is the phrase that our children hear the most every day. My book helps ensure this by repeating the phrase "I love you" over twenty times. I encourage you to read I Love You More with your children and watch the power and magic of love brighten up your world!