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The Man Who Loved Boxes

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People sneered at the man and thought he was useless. But love is expressed in different ways - and a small boy came to understand his father's special way of showing his love for him.

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Sep 04,2011

This is a beautiful book. With beautiful pictures. I now love frumpy green jumpers and boxes all the more.

Sep 01,2011

I enjoyed this book so much because it shows that it is okay to be an individual.

The Man liked boxes and he liked his son as well, but he was too scared to tell him. He made airplanes and all sorts of other things with boxes to show his emotions for his son.

Rating: 4 out of 5


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