Book Review – I Miss You Most

I have partnered with Cassie Hoyt and The Children’s Book Review to bring you a book review of Cassie’s newest book, I Miss You Most.

When we can’t be near those we love, recalling memories can provide some comfort. Cassie Hoyt tells a sweet story of children remembering all the fun things they do with grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

The story moves back and forth from memories of what children and their loved ones would do together  – such as eating their favorite ice cream or cuddling on the couch – to imagining fun and exciting adventures – such as traveling to Mars or being on a pirate ship. 

Some children live far away from those they love, and they’ll be sure to relate to the themes in this book. Due to Covid, even more children will be able to connect to the reality that they’ve been separated from those they love. 

No matter the distance that separates us, love will never be far away. What moments do you cherish with your family and friends?  

Cassie Hoyt provides activity sheets on her website that are a wonderful extension of the story. Children have the opportunity to draw a picture of their favorite memory and create a letter to send a loved one. 

ENTER for a chance to win an autographed copy of Cassie Hoyt’s I Miss You Most and a $100 Barnes and Noble e-gift card!

One (1) grand prize winner receives:

  • A hardcover copy of I Miss You Most, autographed by Cassie Hoyt
  • A $100 Barnes and Noble e-gift card

Two (2) winners receive:

  • A hardcover copy of I Miss You Most, autographed by Cassie Hoyt

Cassie Hoyt is a children’s author and perfusionist. She lives in North Carolina with her husband and two sons. She enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her family. Inspiration for her books typically comes from her silly boys or fond memories of her childhood. Learn more about Cassie’s upcoming works at

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