[E–pub/E–book] (Love You Forever) author Robert Munsch
America Lost and Found: An English Boy's Wartime Adventure in the New World gYou have to read this creepy little bookLicha thank you so much for introducing this littleem to me A MAZINGSo I athered 3 of my kids ages 7 10 12 around last night and told them I wanted To Get Their Opinion On A Book get their opinion on a book spoilerWould have loved to et the 15 year old s opinion but he was busy sleeping off the previous night s video An Audience of Artists: Dada, Neo-Dada, and the Emergence of Abstract Expressionism game marathon hide spoiler Hey parents do you want to read a children s book that will make you cry uncontrollably from the third page all the way to the end of the book Well look no further this is the book for you Honestly It s a very sweet book Butet ready to do all the crying while your little kid looks up at you with an expression that says Seriously dad what the fuck Do you need a tissue or something Okay I realize I m in THE MINORITY HERE AND I WILL ADMIT THAT THE minority here and I will admit that the time I read it I went Aww she loves her baby But then I actually thought about it and was completely freaked out by this book This woman USES A LADDER TO CLIMB A LADDER TO CLIMB HER GROWN SON S WINDOW PICKS HIM UP OUT OF BED AND HOLDS HIM WHILE HE SLEEPS Do I need to repeat the rown man part We ve ot breaking and entering here along with the fact that we never once see this woman tell her son she loves him while he is oh I don t know AWAKE There s something she might tryI realize I m probably reading far too much into a little Robert Munsch rhyming ditty but it has become so revered by the masses that I feel the need to speak my piece I m done now I chose to read this book with what it was trying to Aristotle's Rhetoric: An Art of Character get across and not literally It is a weird book to take literally which could be weird for a child reading it that takes things literally It might scare the crap out of them If you take the story as how irritating children are and you love them anyway no matter what then it is areat bookIt is weird to see the mother sneak into the kids room at age 9 and rock him and I think it is supposed to be about the love you have for them I didn t think the art was all that Anthropology as Cultural Critique: An Experimental Moment in the Human Sciences great either I did read this to the kids and it didn t seem to bother them too much It didn t scare them and it didn t really affect them either I think it s actually a book for parents Edit the moral of the story here is thatrowing up is necessary endearing and also bittersweet You see a little boy Anaphora and Conceptual Structure grow up and the process repeated It s one of the serious children s books I have ever read It s something that is bothood and a little depressing to think about Second time I have written this review Also I think it says something about the toilet We are Between Silences going to inevitably to spend a lot of time there Circle of life Ok There was a review here with dates Alas POOF So under renovation apologies Love you forever Stalk you for always Ok in response to the haters let me state that I do not mind one bit that many people have been touched and uplifted and LOVE this book It just doesn t work for me At all And I m allowed to have a different opinion that you let me say first that I understand this is an allegory about unconditional love between parentchild but does this book come off a little creepy to anyone else 1 It starts out ok but about the time the kidets to be a teenager I just start to feel uncomfortable Would I be ok with my mom slipping into my te. An extraordinarily different story by Robert Munsch is a entle affirmation of the lov. .
N one of the creepiest and most disturbing ways by climbing a ladder to her son s bedroom entering the house and picking her son up to rock him back and forth while he s sleepingI m sorry but this is so weird I can t even find it funny any Yes the book is meant to be understood metaphorically the book is SUPPOSED TO BE SOMEHOW FUNNY AND CUTE AND OH to be somehow funny and cute and oh sweet although I only furled my eyebrows in confusion rather than actually laughing In the beginning the book was still interesting everyone can relate to the way children can bring chaos into everything But then the mother began to enter her son s room at night Is it okay to o into your two year old son s bedroom while he s sleeping with the intention of admiring him and admitting that you will love him forever Yes it is I am totally fine with that Doing so with a nine year old son begins to show signs of creepiness but it s still acceptableIt isn t acceptable if your son is thirty and has moved on with his own life You can t just break into his house to admire him indifferent from how lonely you might feel And yes I understand that this book is not supposed to be taken seriously and it s not even realistically possible for an old woman to be able to pick up her full rown son while he s sleeping
this book it is so I will too There are thousands of better ways to incorporate a message about a mother s love into a book I wouldn t even consider this one to be a children s book calling it a horror novel would perhaps be appropriateIf you want to read a fantastic children s book then please skip this and read The Velveteen Rabbit instead which is an absolutely wonderful story Or if you want to read two reviews of Love You Forever which I really enjoyed and can whole heartedly recommend reading then read this Anne s review or the other Anne s Creepy I m not feeling the love but I definitely am feeling the creepsI et the point unconditional and everlasting love hence the three stars But that s just not how you do it man I like what the book is saying I just don t like how it s saying it Maybe just maybe I would ve appreciated this story as a kid when I saw the world through innocent and unspotted eyes but now I know such words like STALKER PEEPING TOM OBSESSIVE CREEP LOONEY Nooooooo I just can t overlook how disturbing this is I really couldn t enjoy this book How do I fall asleep now I just wanted something sweet sniffs This is definitely better than Edward Cullen s night watch sessions Or maybe not Maybe a lover watching his love sleep is better But still mothers creeping across floors and through windows at night rocking and singing love songs to teenage boys and Bat Ode grown men In their sleep Someone needs a lesson on privacy There s nothing I hate than an unwelcome and unpermitted invasion of privacy and simply put STALKING And therown man takes this habit up and suddenly I can foresee it becoming something of a legacy I love my father I really doand besides even my father would agree with me completely I don t know about anyone else but I love when I m awake and my father says I love you because AWAKE like I can hear it feel it and appreciate it and say it back But thisjust NO Like bloody hellYou want to rock and sing to me Wait till I am conscious. Fectly complement the sentiment of the book one that will be read repeatedly for years.but this book
Robert Munsch õ 1 READEnage brothers rooms while they re sleeping to cuddle and sing a love song No
Probably Not 2 I Thinknot 2 I think s weird there s only female figures mentioned mom and Bitter Choices: Blue-Collar Women in and out of Work grandma Where s the dad later when the mom is sick the only pictures on her wall are of the kid no husband or parents again kinda weird And later on in the book when the kid isrown up where is the mom to his baby single dads are awesome but the absence of characters is chilling here3 This mom I seriously think has issues with letting her children o Once a man Gets Married The Woman In married the woman in life isn t you it s the wife And when children row up and become adults and you should have an adult to adult relationship with them uit trying to cuddle them4 When it Beyond Redemption: Race, Violence, and the American South after the Civil War gets to the part of the old woman tying a ladder to her roof and driving across town with the lights off then sneaking in the son s window to cuddle and sing the love song I just want to scream AAAGH she s coming Lock the windows RUN creee py5 Okay just think about if this dadoes on to have the same behavior with his own daughter The dad sneaking in on the teenage daughter to hold her or later on when she s married he s climbing through her window to her bed 6 I really don t think it s ood writing With children s books I like them to have rhyme and rhythm and be easy to read I felt like I was stumbling over words 7 Despite all this Ellie still likes the book and I see the point it s trying to make although I don t agree with the method And I know I m being too literal but seriously if you look at this book literally it will ive you nightmares Just for fun read it to someone purposefully trying to be creepy just as an will Back to the Breast: Natural Motherhood and Breastfeeding in America give you nightmares Just for fun read it to someone purposefully trying to be creepy just as an Trust me you ll agree with me after thatDarik doesn t necessarily like it when I call the bookLove you foreverStalk you for always But I do anyways I didn t hate this book because it was too sappy I like sappy sometimes Here s what I didn t like about the bookWhere do I even begin How about the cover The cover makes it look like it s some sort of book about potty training or something Awful choice Secondly the illustrations are hideous Simply hideous Now lets talk about the writing Repetitive and long winded I ll like you for always is just a terrible phraseThe overalleneral creepiness is another reason I didn t like this book I realize that the mother sneaking into her At Stake: Monsters and the Rhetoric of Fear in Public Culture grown son s house via a ladder is supposed to be kind of funny at least I hope it is but it is still creepy and weirdFinally the overall messa Obviously enough I m in the minority here but this children s book is weird creepy disturbing and will probablyive me nightmares than any Stephen King novel ever didLove You Forever is as the title indicates about a mother who loves her sweet little baby boy forever until her baby has Black Nationalism: The Search for an Identity grown into an adult and she into an old woman I m perfectly fine with the message that mothers respectively parents ineneral will always love their children and will in most cases sadly enough there are always exceptions do everything for them to be comfortable But Robert Munsch simply overexaggerated while portraying this message and finally made me see a totally different message in this book That a mother s love justifies stalking her children and entering into their lives E a parent feels for their child forever Sheila McGraw's soft and colorful pastels per. ,