How Far Do You Love Me?
“... a seven continent nod to spectacular geographic places that are as majestic as love itself."— Horn Book Guide
"... a new classic is born." – Katie Cunningham, Assistant Professor at Manhattanville College
“the illustrations are absolutely breathtaking!... a new family classic...”— WriterMom’sBlog
"Small and reminiscent of the emotional feel of The Runaway Bunny, this is an intimate bedtime book with a global theme."—Kirkus Reviews
" This topic is similarly explored in many classic picture books such as Sam McBratney’s Guess How Much I Love You and Margaret Wise Brown’s Runaway Bunny, but the multicultural worldview is unique."—School Library Journal
"A warm portrait of universal parental love....Lyrical responses combine with stunning double page illustrations.... tender book."—PBS Reading Rockets
“Delacre affirms that ‘how far do you love me?’ will always be a shared, unbound journey of endless love.—Smithsonian BookDragon
“...soft pastels and free style poetic language...”— IRA Reading Today Online
“I loved the different beautiful locations and the fact that fathers were also included.”—The European Mama
"A peaceful bedtime story."—Phyllis Kennemer, Ph.D., Children's Literature
"Delacre has rewarded parents and young children with a stellar bedtime story."—Books of Wonder and Wisdom.
"A wonderful book to share with a special child at bed time or anytime."—Texas Library Lady
“Lulu Delacre’s prose is almost as majestic as the illustrations she created.”— Kids Book Ratings
"Here’s a book Kate Middleton might read to her new baby."—An Unconventional Librarian
"A fantastic spin on the proverbial ‘I love you to the moon and back’." —Goodreads
“They say that picture books are a child’s first introduction to art, and this book is a great example.” — It’s a Writer’s Life
“Perfect for preschoolers.”—I’m Not the Nanny
About the Art
Throughout the years I’ve had the opportunity to travel to many countries visiting places of breathtaking beauty. Many of these places have remained forever imprinted in my mind and heart. I used the images in my memory as well as photos I had taken in my travels to create the large format soft pastel illustrations.