Lulu Delacre's How Far Do You Love Me?

How Far Do You Love Me?

Lulu Delacre's
How Far Do You Love Me? is a featured title in Conversations with Las Comadres Teleconference Series for August 26. Anyone can sign in to participate.

Lulu produced a video public service announcement in Spanish to encourage summer reading with Latinas 4 Latino Literature.

She will also be on a panel at the American Federation of Teachers TEACH Conference on July 22 - Beyond Books: Award-Winning Authors on Bringing Stories Alive in Your Classroom.  The event is being held at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, DC.

In addition the little book has been getting pretty good press. Here are some excerpts:

"Travel around the world with families of all races in this charming book that speaks of boundless love between a parent and a child. Recommended."–PragmaticMom

“The illustrations are absolutely breathtaking!... a new family classic...”— WriterMom’s Blog

“Small and reminiscent of the emotional feel of The Runaway Bunny, this is an intimate bedtime book with a global theme.”Kirkus Reviews

“This topic is similarly explored in many classic picture books such as Sam McBratney’s Guess How Much I Love You and Margaret Wise Brown’s Runaway Bunny, but the multicultural worldview is unique.”—School Library Journal

“Lyrical responses combine with stunning double page illustrations...”—PBS Reading Rockets

“poetic”— IRA Reading Today Online

“Another work worthy of notable recognition.” - Mamiverse

“Lulu Delacre’s prose is almost as majestic as the illustrations she created.”— Kids Book Ratings

“This is a fantastic spin on the proverbial ‘I love you to the moon and back’.”— Goodreads

“I loved the different beautiful locations and the fact that fathers were also included.”—The European Mama

"A peaceful bedtime story."–Children's Literature

“A wonderful book to share with a special child at bed time or anytime.” Texas Library Lady

“Perfect for preschoolers.”—I’m Not the Nanny

"A new classic is born." —Katie Cunningham, Assistant Professor at Manhattanville College



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