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Share your love with a Smooch, an unbreakable bond that lasts for all time and in all circumstances! Smooch! A Kiss! It's stuck on you. The love inside is just like glue. Wipe or rub it's there to stay, 'Cause kisses never fade away! This lively, heartwarming picture book for all ages highlights the permanence of love and connections between loved ones. Both humorous and endearing, Smooch! is a fresh take on the expression of love that is relevant, relatable, and reassuring. A culturally diverse children's book showcasing diverse family structures and characters through bright, colorful artwork, Smooch! engages young readers through familiar circumstances and humor and caregivers through touching sentiment. A poetic ode to the love that connects us, Smooch! is perfect for showcasing the permanent bond of love in a fun way, for children dealing with any kind of separation anxiety, or for children who are missing someone. Smooch! makes a great gift for baby showers, Mother's Day, Valentine's Day, back to school, and more! Smooch! is the perfect:
I love you book for kids
Reassuring children's book to help a child who is missing someone
Separation anxiety picture book
Expression of the permanence of love in a child-friendly, relatable way
Gift for Mother's Day, Father's Day, baby showers, grandparents and more!
Karen Kilpatrick knows her ABCs and likes to tell stories, so she makes up combinations of words on the computer! She also is a mom of three, runs a nonprofit called Authors4Education, is the Marketing Chair on the board of directors for Women in Toys, and created the plush toy brand MeBears. Some of Karen's other books include When Pencil Met Eraser and When Pencil Met the Markers.
Germán Blanco likes doodling so he draws some caricatures and then puts them on the computer, voila. He is also a graphic designer, a former Creative Director for a global toy company, and a member of the board of directors for Authors4Education. Germán illustrated the books When Pencil Met Eraser and When Pencil Met the Markers.