Will You Still Love Me If ...? by Catherine LeblancWill You Still Love Me If...? by Catherine Leblanc is a story about a baby bear asking mama bear if she would still love him no matter what. He asks her if she would love him if he ripped all his shirts, if he got a bad report at school, if he made a mess in the house, if he stopped loving her, and if he started loving someone more than mama bear. Her answer was always the same thing. She would love baby bear no matter what and forever. Although she may get upset or disappointing with baby bear, her love for him will never die.
This book is a good example to show to children to teach them how much their parents love them. Even when the parent may yell and get mad at the child, they still love them through it all. Children assume that when they are in trouble, their parents do not care at all about them. This book shows that parents always love their children. This book also does an amazing job asking questions about different situations that a child may struggle talking about in the first place. One part of the book, baby bear asks what would happen if mama bear died, how would he be able to tell that she still loves him. Mama bear replied with as long as he felt the wind on his fur and could see the sunlight, he will know deep inside that mama bear loves him.
This book uses a lot of white in the backgrounds. The pages are all white and the only color that is on the pages is whatever the illustrator drew the bear doing. For example, there is a page where baby bear is jumping on the bed. The background is all white, and the only thing drawn is the bear jumping on a bed. Using this strategy, it gets the reader to focus on the main point of the pictures. The reader pays attention to the bears and their connection with each other, rather then useless background pictures. It also draws the eyes of the readers to notice the emotions on the bears faces. Baby bear is worried if his mom would still love him so his expressions look concerned. Mama bear is always smiling because she just keeps telling her son how much she loves him. The white pages get the reader to feel more connected to the characters in the book.
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We all have an image of what a hitchhiker is. In fact, there are some downright heartwarming stories in this list. Of course, there are also some that inspire less confidence in humanity. My friend and I were pulling onto the highway when suddenly a Mexican-looking kid waived us down and ran up to our window. He was carrying a suitcase, the big ones like we take on international vacations, and it seemed as if he had been walking for some time. Judging from his appearance, I figured he was probably years old.
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34. Pay It Forward
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