Hands Say Love Read Online Free - Hands touch, hold, and hug. Hands feed, give, and share. Hands create, mend, and heal. Hands say love! Every day, our hands show the most important people in our lives how we care about them, from parents helping children learn to walk to families playing and working together to friends waving hello and good-bye. This perfect read-aloud for toddlers celebrates the many hands-on moments we share and reminds us that even the simplest gesture can be a profound expression of love.
|Title||:||Hands Say Love|
|Number of Pages||:||32 pages|
April 05, 2015
A wonderful book to share with your young one.
Hands can do many things. And most of those things show just how much we love each other. Thoughtful illustrations show just how our hands say "I love you" through loving acts of kindness.
February 07, 2018
Lovely, perfect for storytime
September 23, 2015
SUMMARY: This books talks about the many uses of hands and how those uses translate into love. One page reads: "Hands that pull a splinter out. Hands that hold when you are in doubt." The first and last page say, "Hands that do all they can do are also saying, "I love you."
ILLUSTRATIONS: The illu...
August 22, 2017
I feel terrible, because I saw the girl on the cover and thought this was going to be a story about adoption....I apparently have some stereotypes to dismantle in my head.
A brightly-colored book about how hands care for you. It's a simple concept, but the artwork is so vibrant, it's sure to inter...
June 04, 2015
Mixed media illustrations that have their basis in linoleum block prints paired with rhyming text is a sweet ode to the caretakers in children's lives. Lines such as "Hands that gently wake you up. Hands that fill a special cup," celebrates parents and older siblings that "do all they can do" to...
September 25, 2015
Hands that help are ways of saying that you love someone. This is a great book for toddlers and parents who are learning to be helpers and to love everyone (mom, dad, sibling) in the family. Everything we do for each other shows we love them. I would recommend this book to a toddler parent any da...
January 01, 2016
I really love the sound of this rhyming book and would make a good pair it with Here Are My Hands by Bill Martin Jr. and John Archambault. This book is very gentle and sweet - would make a wonderful read aloud to very young children.
March 18, 2015
This is a sweet book that crossed the schmaltzy line a few times. I would have preferred it if the illustrations weren't so earnest, if the text weren't so precious, and probably without the rhyme.
November 19, 2014
Warm, reassuring family story.
May 11, 2016
Lovely poem about loving hands.