I Love You Just the Way You are

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Candlewick Press, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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George and Bartholomew are back in this tale of friendship and acceptance as Ba has a bad day during which his legs are too stumpy, his porridge is lumpy, his tummy is plumpy, and George loves him anyway.

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User Review  - Jazz2107 - LibraryThing

This book talks about Bartholomew who was in a bad mood all day. Nothing seem to make him happy, George spent his whole day trying to comfort Ba on his grumpy day. The book depicts how parents will ... Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Bartholomew (or Ba) and George return (Be Gentle!, 1997, etc.) for another demonstration of unconditional love. Miller tackles one of the confusing toddlerhood feelings: sheer, unprovoked grumpiness ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Virginia Miller says that her popular books about George and Ba "are intended to help make light of common parent-child conflicts, because if they make you smile, things don't seem so bad." She hopes that "every parent and friend will recognize the benefits and trials of unconditional love that George and Bartholomew share." Formerly a resident of England, Virginia Miller now lives in New Zealand.

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