From the moment we are born, someone is telling us to be careful. No matter what country we call home or what language we speak, these words follow us our entire lives. You might hear parents, friends, family or children lovingly say this phrase at least once a day. Think about all of the times that a loved one goes off to school, play or work, and you say, “I Love You, Be Careful!”

“I Love You, Be Careful” is a heartwarming and uplifting book. There is a page to personalize it as a gift for adults and children. The book’s beautiful illustrations capture poignant memories and cause one to reflect on all the “Be Careful” moments in life and smile.

Jennifer Chatham
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved the Message~!!Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2011I Love You, Be Careful by Judy Snider and Joan Dickow is a Children’s Picture Book on Parenting and Relationships.

From the moment we are born, someone is there telling us to be careful. There isn’t no one that hasn’t been told by someone, to be careful, whether they are playing, or traveling or just doing everyday things, a mom, dad, friend etc. has told you to watch what you are doing because you are loved.

A baby is born and we read how the parents watch over her, protecting her and reminding her to be careful. From climbing trees, playing in the park or beach, ballet recitals, first dates, marriages and the birth of the child’s own baby, her parents are there to remind her that they love her and to be careful until the moment she says the same things to her own child, bringing the book full circle.

I thought the pictures were delightful and lead to much discussion about the events on the pages. Each page is simply written giving you a chance to let your imagination soar as you feel the message the book is trying to convey. The illustrations by Candy B. Driver were colourful, friendly and beautifully depicted and children will delight in pouring over their stories as you read to them. OUT JUDY’S WEBSITE FOR ALL HER BOOKS AND MUSIC

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