Elvis Presley's Love Me Tender
Love me tender, love me sweet;
Elvis Presley first sang "Love Me Tender" in the 1956 film of the same name. It was Presley's big screen debut and launched a stellar movie career. But it was the song, which Elvis co-wrote, that people took to their hearts. It is still one of his most popular. Now paired with Tom Browning's beautifully rendered paintings, these moving lyrics become a testament to the unconditional love between parent and child. A birthday, a walk in the park, that first tentative bike ride, and other special moments shared between a father and daughter make Elvis Presley's Love Me Tender an album full of precious memories.
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ELVIS PRESLEY'S LOVE ME TENDERUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Who would have thought that the King's classic song could have made such a lovely read-aloud for children? The idea isn't new: David Byrne's Stay Up Late, illustrated by Maira Kalman (1989), and Bob ... Read full review