Lions say "I love you" with a purr and a cuddle. Wolves say "I love you" with a howl and a huddle. Bears like to say it with a kiss on the muzzle. A mama cow says it with a lick and a nuzzle. . . .
Sweet, simple rhymes and glowing illustrations in soft pastels show the touching ways that animals—from elephants to giraffes to chickens—bond with their families.
Diane Muldrow|David Walker
About Diane Muldrow
Diane Muldrow grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She later attended Ohio University, here she earned a Bachelor Degree in Magazine Journalism and a Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts: Dance. After her graduation, Diane moved to New York. She spent several years performing as an actress and dancer in New York’s downtown avant-garde performance scene. She also danced in a performance at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall and had her own one-woman shows.
Diane has also had a successful career in publishing, both as an editor and as an author. She has written over 100 books for children. Diane lives in Brooklyn, New York, where she enjoys trying new recipes and eating in local restaurants.
About David Walker
David M. Walker served as the seventh comptroller general of the United States and was the CEO of the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) from 1998 to 2008. Currently the president and CEO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, Walker is a frequent speaker, writer, commentator, and congressional witness. He has appeared on a significant number of television networks, cable channels, and radio programs and has written for many major publications.
How Do Lions Say I Love You? by Diane Muldrow; Illustrated by David Walker