I Love You Sour, I Love You Sweet
A beautifully illustrated, whimsical, rhyming ABC picture book by bestselling author Anita Higman. Pictures by award-winning artist Jeneal B. Rogers. This timeless message of true love is appropriate for both children and adults of all ages.
C: "I love you like a Cookie crunch. I love you when you're late for lunch."
J: "I love you sour, I love you sweet, I love you like a Jelly treat."
M: I love you More than fuzzy beagles. I love you more than ice cream giggles.
N: I love you rainbow colors bright. I love you in the starry Night.
T: I love you much in whispers light and when you Tuck me in at night.
W: I love you when we have the sillies, and when we’re chasing Willy-nilly.
Z: I love you bigger than a pancake stack. I love you Zooming to the moon and back!
“Anita Higman's I Love You Sour I Love You Sweet is a delightful ABC story with a poetic tone perfect for entertaining both the parent and the child and ending the evening on a happy note. The educational value is a bonus!”
~Debby Mayne, author of the *Belles in the City * romance series
I absolutely adore this precious book. What fun! It brought an immediate smile to my face and put a song in my heart. I can’t wait to read it to my littlest granddaughters. What delightful giggles and smiles I will hear as they discover just how much they are loved!
~Janice Thompson, author
“Anita Higman strikes a beautiful balance of fun and learning in I Love You Sour I Love You Sweet. Children love a challenge and a chance to laugh. While Higman offers vocabulary that propels children to learn, her rhyme and wit are sure to make I Love You Sour I Love You Sweet a favorite of all readers.”
~Shannon Perry, M.Ed., Speaker, Author, Recording Artist, TV Show Host
*I Love You Sour, I Love You Sweet *is the perfect treat for any person, any age, and will bring a smile to even the most scathing skeptic! It reminds me of the classic "I Love You Forever," with its timeless staying power. The sweet humor and whimsical pictures had me grinning 'til my cheeks hurt, and gave me warm fuzzies the rest of the day.
~Renae Brumbaugh, bestselling children's author and award-winning humor columnist