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Love Your Heart - Tim McGraw & Tom Douglas


Book Description:
The second book in Tim McGraw’s My Little Girl series is a heartwarming story of a little girl’s selfless act of kindness.
Tim McGraw and songwriter Tom Douglas once again join forces to write another book about the precocious Katie and her dad. Katie has many talents, but she wonders which one will win her school’s talent show. With the help of Dad and her faithful dog Palio, and after several amusing mishaps, Katie finally chooses one talent that includes Palio. But at the talent show, she decides to drop out of the contest to help her friend, showing kindness is the best talent of all. Katie’s proud dad reassures her that she did the best thing and that while he loves many things about her, he loves her heart most of all.


©2010


My Review:
Not only does Tim McGraw write beautiful Country love songs, but now he also writes a childrens' books. With the same fashion as his music, it was beautifully depicted. I love how he used his own family to create the book. The moral came to life easier using real people in a fictional setting. About the moral of the story, I absolutely loved it! He used his childs' dilemma as a story, to show and moralize how children can be the most thoughtful beings on earth. He did a great job on the book, and I would gladly read it to any child I know.
Definitely on my recommendations list.
(5/5)


~I received a copy from Booksneeze. I was not compensated for my opinion.~

Comments

  1. Freda, this sounds like a great book, and I might have to pick up a copy for my grandchildren.

    I have an award for you here:

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  2. I love Tim McGraw and have been wondering about this one :)

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  3. What an adorable book!

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