Bestselling Robert Munsch children's book Love You Forever to receive special 'pop-up' edition in October

The beloved picture book, first published in 1986, has sold more than 30 million copies to date.
Love You Forever has been enhanced with three-dimensional elements. (Firefly Books)

The classic Canadian picture book Love You Forever by Robert Munsch is now available in a pop-up "gift" version.

The new pop-up edition features the original book text and illustrations by Sheila McGraw, enhanced with three-dimensional and movable elements across double-page spreads and gatefolds created by paper engineer and graphic designer Bruce Foster. 

The bestselling 1986 book and nursery staple by the iconic storyteller — about an evolving relationship between a boy and his mother — has been the top-selling Canadian book of the past decade, selling more than 30 million copies.

The new edition will be available in October of this year.

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