I Already Know I Love You

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Harper Collins, Apr 1, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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Based on the author's own experience, I Already Know I Love You describes the cavalcade of feelings that comes with being a grandfather for the very first time. Beginning with anticipating the new baby's arrival, this book celebrates all the moments, great and small, that a new grandpa is ready to share. Whether it's taking a nap together or rooting for the Yankees, this grandpa just can't wait. Lush and dreamy pastels complement the heartfelt text, and together they celebrate all the joy a brand-new baby brings to the world.


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User Review  - kathbb - Overstock.com

Cant read this book without crying. My husband gave it to our son and his wife who are expecting their first child. Though it is written from a father to his daughter about how he loves their ... Read full review

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User Review  - s95t71 - Walmart

This is wonderful book with great illustrations. Walmart failed on format of book they say hardcover when they mean a board book I feel that there are so many pages it feels as though it will break ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Tony Award-winning comedian, director, actor, and author Billy Crystal is just as importantly a grandfather. He charmed children and grown-ups alike as the voice of Mike Wazowski in Monsters, Inc. and starred in the hilarious movies Analyze This and City Slickers and He recently set box-office records with his smash Tony Award-winning one-man show on Broadway, 700 Sundays. The father of two grown daughters, Jennifer and Lindsay, Billy Crystal lives with his wife, Janice, in California.

Elizabeth Sayles, a well-known illustrator of children's books, is also an adjunct professor of illustration at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She enjoyed working on this book because she could finally use her daughter as a model, and because she liked the way Mikele sees the world around her in imaginative ways.

Elizabeth Sayles lives in Valley Cottage, New York.

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