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We love our kids despite their imperfections much like they love us. The book Always ($11) celebrates this sentiment and assures youngsters that the love stands when they're well behaved and when they aren't.

The pages are filled with questions a son poses to his mother like, "Do you love me when I eat my peas?" and "Do you love me when I don't?" From finger painting with toothpaste on the mirror to splashing in puddles while wearing his new sneakers, the adorable boy gets into harmless mischief, which is beautifully illustrated. You and your wee one will get a kick out of this text that reminds us all of what's really important — unconditional love.

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krae85 krae85 7 years
this sounds really sweet, but I don't like the idea of giving my kids new ideas on how to disbehave.. I don't think they'd think of the whole painting with toothpaste thing on their own.
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