Love From The Crayons
  • Love From The Crayons
  • Love From The Crayons
  • Love From The Crayons
  • Love From The Crayons
  • Love From The Crayons
  • Love From The Crayons
ISBN: 1524792683
EAN13: 9781524792688
Language: English
Release Date: Dec 24, 2019
Pages: 32
Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

Ring in Valentine's Day--and love--with the New York Times Best-Selling Crayons This charming title featuring everyone's favorite coloring crew is the perfect gift for that special someone on Valentine's Day--or any day of the year.

Love is yellow and orange. Because love is sunny and warm.
Love is purple. Because it's okay to love outside the lines.

This special gift book, featuring all the The Crayons from The Day the Crayons Quit, explores the bright colors and subtle shades of love. This is a must-have for fans of The Crayons, and the perfect gift for that special someone.

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Book Reviews (11)

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   Good for Social Emotional Learning ❤️
We own The Day The Crayons Quit, so this naturally was a perfect follow up for my children. This book is not wordy, like the original, but it has one sentence per page. The illustrations are basically the same ones from the original book, so it helps to have read the entire book to truly understand and appreciate this title. It goes through what love looks like with associations to different colors. The blue says love is sometimes stormy and I think it's a great way to depict a wide range of emotions with colors for kids. It also opens up their eyes to see that love doesn't always looks like pink and red and kisses and it can be sad sometimes and that's okay!
   Different than advertised
It was a cute book, but it was advertised as such. The pages are different and it is much smaller than I thought they would be.
   Short, sweet, and all things love!
We have some of the other crayon books, too, which the kids love. It was a whim of mine to buy this on Valentine's Day. The balloon touched my heart, making me wonder how much it would touch yours. The book is simply stated: "Love is present in all things, good and not so good." It's a great opportunity to talk to kids about finding love in all situations and reminding them in good days and bad we can still love, Raymond said. He also sent this to the grandparents and it went to a couple people who were planning a wedding. It has been so fitting during this long time when we can't see each other, it has to be said. Though we are all hurting, love is there even when times are tough. It's a great book for anyone who has ever felt like they were on the wrong side of a curve. It's just that we're having so much fun doing it that way." That applies only to children, and only to those ages 3 to 5. It's just beautiful.
   Wonderful little book about love
The Day the Crayons Quit continues to shine through, the book and the love that the crayon personalities from the series continue to shine through.
They were wrong, said Blair, "and that was a big mistake." If that sounds familiar, it is because wording is positive or supportive of building a child's self esteem or a positive view of not love. One child is brown because love sometimes stinks, and the other is brown because she can't read. Then I changed it to "love is brown because sometimes we give each other bear hugs." Pauley, The New Republic's former deputy editor, said: "I threw the book away. The Beatles' music "was not good." I won't be buying crayon books any time soon, Mr. Dhaliwal said.
   Unfair reviews!
The book has received mixed reviews. It's not like the other crayon books, it doesn't have a story, exactly. The book is smaller than the others, measuring just under 2 inches. I am a teacher and I have read two of the other crayon books, and my class loved them both. I used it for a writing lesson. Each page has a color that describes what love is using that color. The kids enjoyed the writing assignment, too. They also used the color blue to draw the pictures. My daughter gave me, The Day the Crayons, she said. I sent this book to her because she was the color of love, Raymond said. She told me that this book made her cry, and I cried.
   rather negative for a love book.
I purchased this book without reading any of the previous books from this collection. I found this book extremely negative. Because sometimes love stinks, why is it brown? This is borderline offensive and I think it's blue because sometimes love is stormy. Or, peaches because sometimes love can hide. Leaving a very negative feeling and missing the mark, I think this book is terrible. I purchased it to read in an art class on valentines day, but I don't know whether I will be able to use it unless I edit it a bit. Zilkha conceded: "I don't know. I am very disappointed and surprised by the outcome of the proceedings, he said.
   Not what I expected
I really love the Crayon series of books, so I pre-ordered this one when I saw it on Amazon. It was disappointing when it arrived, but I was pleased with the service. This is a small book, but also very short on a page. There really isn't a plot or anything exciting about it, Sosa said. I'm not sure what age kids are supposed to be taught colors, but I guess it works for a young child or toddler. Realizing this, Hamdi said, "We are considering sending back again."
   Look carefully before you buy! Bought two pre publishing date. Boy was I surprised!
I placed an order for two of these earlier this year. I love the series and always keep several of these on hand for gifts. Not only did the publishing date not meet, I don't believe I saw anywhere at all not to expect a book in a minut version of the previous books mentioned and toted as Award winners. It's just that we're losing one or two kids a day. Marketer, publisher, and perhaps some other person should be ashamed.
   Book is small
I apparently did not read the book because i was expecting it to be the same as The Day The Crayons Quit and The Day The Crayon Came home. It's just that my second graders probably could have written this book.