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Manufactured by Bendon Publishing International, provider of entertaining, high quality books and activities for children. Toddlers will enjoy ''Who Do You Love?'' the Touch and Feel book manufactured by Bendon Publishing. Each spread features someone Little Bear loves.

Manufactured by Bendon Publishing International, provider of entertaining, high quality books and activities for children. To answer the question ''Who do you love?'' just open the flap. Children love uncovering Little Bear's furry mom, fuzzy dad, curly-haired grandma and other fun characters. The simple text and touchable cut-outs will keep toddlers coming back to this beautiful book again and again.

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Comments: (7)

Zieryn
Other than the annoying misuse of "who" in the title and throughout the book (it should be "whom"), this is a great touch & feel book! Six different colors/textures of fur help to illustrate the different bears on each page. Two minor annoyances are the lack of a mention of "Grandpa" (despite mention of "Grandma"), and a VERY forced rhyme on the last page, but a fun read for our son.
Amarin
I bought this book for my daughter, I read most of the reviews and thought: Awww who do you love sounds adorable and most people really like it! Well once I got the book a few days later I was really bummed because the way the textures were put in the book were poorly made! The page actually separated because of it! So all in all I loved the story and the concept BUT hayed the way the book was made! I gave it three stars because it's just okay. I actually send my book back because I didn' want to clue the pages together myself and then have my daughter put it in her mouth!
Washington
The story is not particularly captivating, though my 20 mos old son briefly enjoys rubbing the different colored fur. I'd also say he's bored by too similar textures... he definitely prefers books with a variety of "animal" textures. The illustrations are crisp and bold. Overall, it's ok.
Super P
The reason this is so sweet is its all about family love. I thought it should have included grandpa, but its still a good book for little ones to have read to them. My grandson loves to look at it alone and touch/feel all the bears. Amazon has great prices on these type of books.
DrayLOVE
Great book for little exploring fingers. Read and touch books are always fun for little ones! There are never enough hours in a day for watching children learn, and reading is the BEST!
Kinashand
I have had this book for some time and my grandkids love it. I accidently gave it a bath so I had to replace it with a new copy.
Abywis
One of the baby's favorite books. He likes all these books which are "Touch and Feel". Not too many words and touch enough for him to drag around.
Of the 40 or so board books that my 15 month old owns, this is one of the 5 that he shows the least interest in reading. There are two bears rolling on the grass on every page, and this provides no opportunity to use a variety of vocabulary. His favorite board books are Dear Zoo by Rod Campbell, All About Me by Dawn Sirett, Baby Faces by Dorling Kindersley, I Love Colors by Margaret Miller, Baby Says Peekaboo by Dorling Kindersley, Bathtime Peekaboo by Dorling Kindersley, Baby Talk by Dawn Sirett and Victoria Blackie, Little White Duck by Bernard Zaritzky and Joan Paley, Touch and Feel Farm by DK Publishing, and Where is Maisy by Lucy Cousins? All of those are read 20 times as often as this one.
Bendon Publishing Who Do You Love? download epub
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