9 edition of I love you like crazy cakes found in the catalog.
A woman describes how she went to China to adopt a special baby girl. Based on the author"s own experiences.
|Other titles||Crazy cakes|
|Statement||written by Rose Lewis ; illustrated by Jane Dyer.|
|Contributions||Dyer, Jane, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.L58787 Iaal 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||99034175|
out of 5 stars I Love I Love You Like Crazy Cakes. Reviewed in the United States on 26 June Verified Purchase. This book has superb illustrations by Jane Dyer that are timeless and classic. If you or someone you know has adopted a baby from overseas, especially from China, this book speaks to the heart. It is well-written and a keepsake/5(39). I Love You Like Crazy Cakes gives an explanation of adoption in a picture book. A child is able to understand the story of adoption. Rose Lewis writes a dear book for adoptive families. Many families are adopting children from China. This is the perfect book to read to these children especially girls. The parent can read the book to infants and.
Now you and your child can enjoy this beautiful book and its wonderful, best-selling story in a sturdy board book format that's better suited to the less-than-three-year-old set! To learn more about how I Love You Like Crazy Cakes was born, read Lewis' article for ChinaSprout's Guest Columns section. Click here for the book I Love You Like Crazy Cakes, by Rose Lewis, a . Books Jane Dyer is the beloved illustrator of more than fifty books for children, including the New York Times bestsellers Cookies: Bite-Size Life Lessons by Amy Kraus Rosenthal, Time for Bed by Mem Fox, I Love You Like Crazy Cakes by Rose A. Lewis, and Talking Like the Rain: A Read-To-Me Book of Poems.
Standalone book. Available from Amazon. Rose Lewis, Little Brown. Rose Lewis, Little Brown. I Love You Like Crazycakes. Editions: Paperback. ISBN: Rose Lewis, Little Brown. is a celebration of the love and joy a baby brings into the home. Full color. I Love You Like Crazy Cakes, by Rose A. Lewis and Jane Dyer Sometimes having a single parent makes a kid feel less than, but not with I Love You Like Crazy Cakes. The story is about a woman going to China to adopt her baby, and it is a great story that will prove to your children how much joy they bring you, no matter what your family dynamic Author: Samantha Darby.
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I Love You Like Crazy Cakes Hardcover – September 1, by Rose A. Lewis (Author)Cited by: I love you Like Crazy Cakes is a biography written by Rose Lewis. The story is illustrated by Jane Dyer.
This book is written as a biography about the author Rose Lewis. Although the story is a biography about her life, it is written also as if it is a fairy tale.
In the beginning of the story she starts off by saying "Once upon a time"/5. The NOOK Book (NOOK Kids Read to Me) of the I Love You Like Crazy Cakes by Rose A.
Lewis, Jane Dyer | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed/5(15). From the Cover of I Love You Like Crazy Cakes by Rose Lewis: “Based on the author’s own experience, this heartfelt story follows a woman on her journey to adopt a baby girl from China.
From paperwork to plane flight, the narrative chronicles the baby’s trip from a crib in a big room shared with many other babies to her own crib in her own room in her new : Darren Fink. I Love You Like Crazy Cakes. A woman who is unable to have a baby travels to China to adopt a daughter.
She returns home to celebrating friends and family who want to share the joy of a new baby. Teeming with love and adoration, I love you like crazy cakes book Love You Like Crazy Cakes features a mother who goes to China to adopt a girl and immediately falls in love.
Based on a true story, this narrative and realistic illustrations rings honestly and sweetly to create something that's just filled to the brim with the delights in life. Book Review: I Love You Like Crazy Cakes A seven-year-old adoptee from China shares her thoughts on an illustrated children's book about adoption.
I Love You Like Crazy Cakes by Rose A. Lewis avg. rating Ratings This story of a woman who travels to China to adopt a baby girl, based on the author's own experiences, is a celebration of the love and joy a baby brings into the home. I Love You Like Crazy Cakes by Rose Lewis and Jane Dyer.
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PW said, ""Lewis's sweetly sentimental picture-book debut plays out. Buy a cheap copy of I Love You Like Crazy Cakes book by Rose A. Lewis. Mother-love is profound, however a baby comes into a woman's life.
For Rose Lewis, the journey to motherhood begins with a letter to Chinese officials, asking if Free shipping over $Cited by: I love you like a little girl dreams of love. I love you like a fat kid loves cake. I love you more then I love Netflix. And that’s a lot. I love you like my Xbox.
I love you like there are grans of sand in every beach, of every planet, of every galaxy in the universe. I love you more then all the answers on the Internet. I Love You Like Crazy Cakes is based on the author's experience of adopting a baby girl from China.
For the most part, I like what Rose Lewis has written, and what Jane Dyer has painted. Some people have criticized the ending because the mother cries for the birth mother who could not keep her baby/5(8).
I Love You Like Crazy Cakes Rose A. Lewis No preview available - About the author () Rose Lewis has a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University.4/5(14). I Love You Like Crazy Cakes by Rose Lewis is a lovely little board book destined to become a keeper for any adopted child but, in particular, any adopted Chinese child.
I have rated this book five of five; it is truly a rare find. (Carolyn Howard-Johnson's first novel, This is /5(53). Children's Book Review: I Love You Like Crazy Cakes by Rose A.
Lewis, Author, Jane Dyer, Illustrator Little, Brown Books for Young Readers $ (32p) ISBN I Love You Like Crazy.
Writing simply, like a love letter from parent to child, Lewis tells the true story of how she wrote to officials in China to find out if she could adopt a baby, and then went to China to bring her home. She takes a long journey there by plane, and falls in love with the tiny girl.
"I was so happy that I cried the moment I took you in my arms you cried, too.". About this title This story of a woman who travels to China to adopt a baby girl, based on the author's own experiences, is a celebration of the love and joy a baby brings into the home/5().
I Love You Like Crazy Cakes When Rose Lewis adopted a baby girl from China, her life became richer and full of love. In this charming picture book, based on her adoption experience, a would-be mother writers a letter to officials asking to adopt a : Rose A.
Lewis. Title: I Love You Like Crazy Cakes Format: Picture Books Product dimensions: 32 pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: 32 pages, X X in Published: September 1, Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers Language: English.
I Love You Like Crazy Cakes. February 3, by. $ **Description from Amazon: This story of a woman who travels to China to adopt a baby girl, based on the author's own experiences, is a celebration of the love and joy a baby brings into the home.Get this from a library!
I love you like crazy cakes. [Rose A Lewis; Jane Dyer] -- A woman describes how she went to China to adopt a special baby .I Love You Like Crazy Cakes (Book): Lewis, Rose A.: A woman describes how she went to China to adopt a special baby girl. Based on the author's own experiences.