Those who have read Guess How Much I Love You to their kids will know what a special book it, and I only recently learnt that it’s often read at christenings and weddings, and is a popular gift book for many occasions.
This year, Guess How Much I Love You celebrates 20 years since it was first published, and it’s now available in a special anniversary gift edition, with a gold cover, and a note from the writer Sam McBratney and illustrator Anita Jeram inside. In 20 years, the book has been translated into 53 languages, and has sold almost 30 million copies around the world.
For some cool and free Guess How Much I Love You activities, you can download them here – choose from draw and colour in, join the dots, make hare ears and word scramble (and more).
The book is available from leading bookstores, and is published by Walker Books (a division of Pan Macmillan).
For more about the story of this classic book, have a look at this video: