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Hug

Title: Hug
Author: Jez Alborough
Illustrator: Jez Alborough
Publisher: Walker Books (2002)
ISBN: 9780744582734
 

Series: Tall (1); Yes (2); Hug (3); Play (4)

A little chimpanzee needs a hug and searches the jungle for his mother. It repeats the word “hug” to elephants, snakes, lions, hippos and cheetahs, and their babies. Soon the unhappy chimpanzee is surrounded by the concerned animals. But, from the edge of the jungle, a chimpanzee comes swinging through the trees, shouting “BOBO!” The relieved mother gives the delighted chimpanzee an enormous hug. Soon all the animals are hugging each other.

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Jez Alborough Website: Book Information and Activities
Jez Alborough Website: The Inspiration for Hug
Centre for Literacy in Primary Education: Wordless Picture Books
Book Trust: Wordless books- how to step into the picture with your child
Education World: Getting Emotional: Learning About Feelings
Novak Djokovic Foundation: Emotions are Integral to Learning 
Jez Alborough Official Website
Jez Alborough Twitter
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