Three Squeezes Gives Our Hearts All The Feels | Book Review

Three Squeezes truly warms the heart as it reflects on the unbreakable bond between generations. A must read book for all generations and you may need a tissue.” – Momma Braga


When you could neither talk nor stand, life’s hourglass still filled with stand, I gently held your tiny hand and gave it three soft squeezes.

When you awoke within the night and cried from fear and called for light, I held you safe with all my might and gave you three long squeezes.

Follow a father and his son from babyhood to baseball games to graduation and beyond in this loving saga about the unbreakable bond between generations.


Three Squeezes truly gives us the full picture of parenthood in the most beautiful way.

As we follow the parent journey of one dad, we see the bond that he shares with his son. We see how a father’s love is there through it all by his symbolic use of squeezes. These heartfelt gestures is then returned from son to father as he ages. Simply beautiful and tugs at heart strings.

As I care for my daughter, I am also seeing my parents age. I can see the full circle that we go through in parenthood and this beautiful children’s book depicts. It is hard not to shed a tear by the end as we can all relate to the unconditional love a parent has for their child.

Therefore, for this #MelAndNikkiReview, we give three squeezes 10 squeezes out of 5! A children’s story that will tug at your heart strings and it will become a staple in a family’s home. A must read for all generations.

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About the Author

Jason Pratt is a middle school teacher who grew up a short bike ride from the beach near Jacksonville, Florida, where he developed a habit of saying hello to everyone he passes on the street. When he is not writing or teaching, Jason can be found skiing, fishing, or paddling his kayak along Florida’s beautiful waterways. If you happen to see him there, please do say hello.

About the Illustrator

Chris Sheban has been awarded three gold and three silver medals by the Society of Illustrators. Some of the books he has illustrated are I Met a Dinosaur by Jan Wahl, Catching the Moon by Myla Goldberg, and What to Do with a Box by Jane Yolen. He also illustrated Someone Like Me by Patricia MacLachlan and The Other Ducks by Ellen Yeomans, both published by Roaring Book Press.

Until next time…Happy Parenting!

-Momma Braga

*Please note that this book was provided in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are our own.


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