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Sunday, 31 December 2017

Review: You Can Never Run Out Of Love

You Can Never Run Out Of Love is an adorable and heartfelt story about love.

You can run out of many things. You can run out of biscuits, energy and even chocolate. Which would be the end of the world for some of us. But you can't run out of love.

The children from two families discover that you can also run out of socks, time, milk, glue and even ideas.

They discover that love cannot be found in a jar or a battery and learn that, 'You can never (no never, not ever) you can never run out of LOVE.'


The charming and thought-provoking illustrations by Ali Pye show that love cannot be measured. Ali's  illustrations of the three pets are as captivating as the rest of the story. The cat, dog and rabbit react to the words in an amusing way, especially on the page where the family have run out of nappies.

The author, Helen Docherty, expertly uses powerful words to reach deep into your heart, revealing a special message about love that 'Whenever you give some, you'll always have more.'

I implore you to please share the book, You Can Never Run Out Of Love, with your family, it truly is spectacular.

Title: You Can Never Run Out Of Love
Author: Helen Docherty
Illustrator: Ali Pye
Publisher: Simon & Schuster, $24.99
Publication Date: 1 November 2017
Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 9781471145674
For ages: 4+
Type: Picture Book


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