I Would Love You Even If You Were A Tomato

Sequel to the award-winning book, I Would Love You Even If You Were A Pickle, a little girl is concerned her daddy is upset with her because she misbehaved.

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Sequel to the award-winning book, I Would Love You Even If You Were A Pickle, a little girl is concerned her daddy is upset with her because she misbehaved. Daddy assures her that he loves her no matter what she does and the humor kicks in to make this a fun read for the family. Beautiful illustrations by Ashley Teets bring the book to life, providing many hours of reading, laughing, and discussion for everyone!

What People Say

Endless laughter, accompanied by a critically important truth, that we are loved no matter what we do. Tomato provides an engaging avenue for a special literary experience between a child and their parent to uncover the unconditional love God has for His children.
-Abigail Dye, 2nd grade teacher

What a fun, lighthearted way to explore a deep and important truth – that a father’s love, just like God’s, is permanent and unconditional.
-Brandon Henderson, lower school vice principal

Tomato belongs on every family’s bookshelf! This is a poignant story which depicts God’s enduring love in terms that will resonate with both parents and children alike. Tomato is precious and heartfelt – a “Daddy-Daughter” must have!
-Erin Hall, librarian

Author

Bucleigh Newton Kernodle

Cover

Hardcover

Other Details

Illustrated by Ashley Teets

Pages

32

Size

8.5 x 11

Year Published

2019

ISBN

9781946664952

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About the Author

A native of Charlotte, NC, Bucleigh Newton Kernodle has always had a passion for creative writing. Inspired by her ninth grade English teacher to spread her wings, sparked to push her limit at Elon University by her communications professors, and her editor at the Charlotte Business Journal showed her how to make words their very best... Read More