“Everyone should have a bear to love,” I read. It’s the last line of If You Love a Bear by Piers Harper.
“No ‘bear to loves,'” Mister protests.
We move on to the next story.
“I love you more. More than anything in the whole wide world.” I finish I Love You More by Laura Dukstra.
“No ‘love you mores,'” Mister protests again.
I kiss his stubborn two-year-old head.
“No kisses,” he says.
I guess he’s not so much in to happy endings.
What is your favorite kind of story ending? When a book has the kind of ending you don’t particularly care for, how does that make you feel about the rest of the story?