How Much I Love You
One evening, as the sun set on an ant and his love, she turned to him and asked, "Do you love me?" "Of course," he said. "But I love you as the rivers love the rain, as the flowers love the sun, and the shore loves the ocean. Is that how you love me?" The ant was quiet. He didn't know how the rivers loved the rain, why the flowers loved the sun, or the shore the ocean. So the ant begins his quest to find out what sustaining love is all about. He journeys to the river and learns that the river is renewed by the rain. He questions the flowers and discovers they need the sun to bloom. He travels to the ocean and finds out that the sand believes its existence depends upon the ocean. In this way, the ant learns just how much he loves his mate. In How Much I Love You, author Felicia Rose Querido's surprisingly poignant story creates a touchstone for lovers everywhere. In accessible text and expressive drawings, How Much I Love You perfectly captures the essence of true love.
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