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Nobody hugs a cactus —Goodrich, Carter, author, illustrator.
Read-along Book
Availability: 2 of 6

Hank is the prickliest cactus in the entire world. He sits in a pot in a window that faces the empty desert, which is just how he likes it. So, when all manner of creatures-from tumbleweed to lizard to owl-come to distur...

Tiny T. Rex and the impossible hug —Stutzman, Jonathan, author.

Tiny T. Rex wants to cheer up his friend, Pointy, with a hug, but he is frustrated because even as he gets bigger, his arms remain too small for proper hugging--but he is determined to practice, even when he gets into tr...

I need a hug —Blabey, Aaron, author, illustrator.
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In I Need a Hug , a tiny porcupine just wants a cuddle. All of the other animals turn him away because of his prickly spikes. But finally the porcupine meets an animal who's happy to hug - a snake! Rich with author-illus...

The longer the wait, the bigger the hug —McLaughlin, Eoin, author.

"Hedgehog has waited FOREVER to see Tortoise. Life's not the same when they're apart. But some hugs are worth waiting for ..."--Back cover.

Hugs —Munsch, Robert N., 1945- author.

"The day Thea was mad at Mommy, she and her little brother Tate went for a walk around the block. They meet a snail, a skunk, a porcupine, and a gorilla, and get a hug from each one -- but the hugs are slimy, smelly, pok...

Nobody hugs a cactus —Goodrich, Carter, author, illustrator.

Hank, a cactus who is as prickly on the inside as he is on the outside, decides he wants a hug.

We love you, Mr. Panda —Antony, Steve, author, illustrator.

Mr. Panda is wearing a t-shirt with the words "free hugs" on it, but it seems that none of his animal friends want his cuddles, they would rather hug each other--but he is in for a surprise.

Don't hug Doug : (he doesn't like it) —Finison, Carrie, author.

"Doug prefers not to be hugged, but there are a variety of other ways his loved ones can show him affection."--Provided by publisher.

I'm going to give you a polar bear hug! —Cooney, Caroline B., author.

Imagines all the cozy, warm hugs one might give a child on a frosty winter day, from a "play in the snow" polar bear hug to a "hold tight to that feather" goose hug.

The book of hugs —Harris, Tim, author.

Share some love and give a hug with Teddy Bear Tim. Inspired by Tim Harris's love for giving big bear hugs and his restaurant that offered up hugs on the menu, this charming how-to guide gives readers so many reasons to ...

Kitty's cuddles —Cabrera, Jane, author, illustrator.

Kitty shares all the different animals he likes to hug - but there is one he likes to hug best.

Group hug —Reidy, Jean, author.

A slug gets a hug, and passes along the kindness to other animals.

I am scary —Gravel, Elise.

"This board book features a girl who hugs a monster she's not afraid of"-- Provided by publisher.

Hug machine —Campbell, Scott, 1973- author, illustrator.
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Who have YOU hugged today? Open your arms to this delightfully tender, goofy, and sweet tale.

Merry Christmas, Hugless Douglas —Melling, David, author, illustrator.

Hugless Douglas knows what Christmas is all about - it's excitement, snowing sheep, finding a tree, sledging and and being with friends. And one more thing of course ... Christmas hugs!

Hug me, please! —Wechterowicz, Przemysław, author.

While on a walk through the forest, Daddy Bear and Little Bear decide it would be nice to give hugs to all the other animals they meet.

How do you hug a porcupine? —Isop, Laurie.

A child figures out the best way to hug a porcupine as he watches his friends hug other animals.

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