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Reviewed by Tiffany Ferrell for Readers' Favorite
I Miss You Most by Cassie Hoyt is about children missing someone who is no longer near them. Some days are harder than others, and sometimes they imagine that the person is still with them as they think about all the fun things they would have done. Drawing on the concrete with their favorite chalk colors and being sung to at night before bed, kids think about all the things that could have happened. The children imagine safari trips, riding a bike, and even swimming alongside their loved ones. Sometimes their daydreaming goes so far that they wonder how far their imagination can stretch. From being pirates sailing the seven seas, or dinosaur explorers, there are so many things that a kid can daydream about with their favorite person that they always will miss the most.
I thought I Miss You Most was a wonderful and heartfelt read. I’m sure many children have people in their lives who either live far from them or are no longer with them. It’s a reminder that no matter how far away they are, they will always be missed. Sometimes our imagination helps us deal with the sadness we feel at being separated from the people we love. The storyline is relatable and easy to follow along. The illustrations are beautiful and go perfectly with the written text. Cassie Hoyt has done a wonderful job with this children’s book and I cannot wait to see more of her works.