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Reviewed by Rosie Malezer for Readers' Favorite
I Love You the Mostest is a delightful ABC picture book written by Holly Moore. As many different animals from both past and present sink into nightly slumber and annual hibernation, they take the opportunity to tell their families how much they love them. From dingoes and koalas to elephants and woolly mammoths, the delightful message conveyed by the sleepy and happy pictures of animals all around the world shows that not only do humans feel love for their families, but animals feel love just as much for their babies and loved ones.
Holly Moore's adorable and empathetic tale is the perfect book for reading to young children at bedtime, and I Love You the Mostest is sure to put a loving smile not only on a child's face but also embed itself within their heart. Some children rarely (if ever) hear how much they are loved in this world, and with these words nestling inside their minds as they sleep, they need never worry about being alone and unloved. Such a beautiful message not only reassures children of the love a parent or guardian has in their hearts but also builds strength in character that shines for a lifetime. It also teaches children how animals have feelings that are just as strong as those of humans. I wholeheartedly recommend that I Love You the Mostest be read to children over the age of three so that no child ever feels lonely or unloved ever again in their lifetime.