Wednesday, February 1, 2017

I'll Hug You More by Laura Duksta, Melissa Iwai (Illustrations)

This story is double sided.  You read it one way and then can turn it over and read it the other way.  It's written from the child's and the parent's perspectives and it's all about hugs!

Sourcebooks Jabberwocky shared a copy of this book with me for review (thank you).  It has been published and you can grab a copy now.

Whether it's morning or evening or anytime of the day, it's a good time to have hugs.  Melissa Iwai illustrated this book with sweet heartwarming pictures.  Sharing this book with your little one could be very rewarding.  Look how many hugs you'll get to share! 
This book touched my heart.  My Mom was a big hugger.  If you looked at all down or discouraged, she just came over, opened her arms, and said:  "You look like you need a hug."  The author of this book lost all of her hair to alopecia areata at the age of 11.  You can bet she needed hugs.  She believes if you know you're loved, anything is possible.  She's right.  Love makes you stronger and makes you believe in yourself.

Why not share this book and a few hugs with your little one?

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