Top critical review
Could have been better though beautiful message.
Reviewed in India on 8 July 2020
ABOUT THE BOOK - It's a Board bOok containing of 6 Pages - all against white background with yellow and brown theme (just as shown on the front page of the book).
Story revolves around like this - Little nutbrown hare is going off to sleep and says big nutbrown hare that "Guess how much I love you" to which big Nutbrown hare asks "How much" and sweet little innocent little nutbrown hare starts explaining his love for big Nutbrown hare by stretching his arms wide, running around, jumping as high as possible and so on and so forth. But somehow little Nutbrown cannot outdo Big Nutbrown Hare's love for the little one and finally realises that love cannot be measured. Its beautiful to see how the love blossoms between any LIVING BEING - be it Humans, Animals. And also baby Brown's innocense is pure bliss. For a mother his/her child is always going to little no matter how old or big the child grows. Beautiful story conveyed in just simple English without any grammatical errors. But wish there was more to the story.
PAGE QUALITY - Nice, Sturdy, Thick, Glossy pages.
PACKAGING OF THE BOOK - Was packed without any plastic film. Suggest plastic film is added to the book owing to monsoons and also as additional protective layer between outer packaging and the book because one has to be always cautious while opening the package - to not tear the book.
PRICE - INR 388/- for 5-6 pages of Board book. Found it little expensive.
BOOK AVAILABILITY - Book is at times available at times not. Also the seller keeps changing. Earlier when placed the order, my book got stuck somewhere in transit and had to raise a complaint. Finally got my hands through below seller and got delivery within the estimated time frame.
SELLER - Sold by "u-READ STORE".
DELIVERY - On time as expected with utmost care taken at both ends.
** Moral - Love is infinite and it cannot be measured in quantity. Especially love shared between parents and their child - very perfectly described in gist at the back of the book.
Happy Reading !!!