Pug Hug

(1 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Hodder

A very cute pug really wants a hug, but no-one wants to hug him! Cat doesn’t like hugs, Hamster just wants to run in her wheel and Rabbit’s chomping carrots, unconvinced by Pug’s nice red bunny ear costume. What is a pug in need of a hug to do?

Fortunately, Pug’s very huggable little girl comes home from school at just the right time and gives everyone a hug - even the goldfish.

Zehra Hicks’ gorgeous little pug will melt the hearts of anyone reading this simple but very effective story. The text is minimal but there’s lots to be read in the different animals’ expressions, which are full of humour: definitely a book to read with plenty of giggly cuddles.

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