Just because I despise the nickname, doesn't mean I have to hate a book that says the word "Precious" repeatedly.
*Whether you are a newborn or 100 years old, you can't help but get excited about the beauty of life and the world we live in after reading this
*Bryan Collier's style of drawing has the distinct feel of taking a picture and editing it with every single bell-and-whistle on your photo software -- can't think of a word to encapsulate it but it rocks
*These two pros come to a head on the pages of mommy and daddy holding Precious; where their love is graphically represented by an aura of warm bubbles surrounding them
*My biggest gripe with the story is that it comes off a little heavy (especially if that's not something you signed up for)
*Don't think I've ever heard of kisses being labeled "slippery" -- kind of a cool descriptive concept but also has a bit of a negative tinge to it that the author might have missed
*I'm not sure the song of a robin can be described as "robin song" without a leading article or possessive distinction