Publisher: Child's Play

Slug is sad because no-one thinks he is beautiful. Then he meets Spider who knows that she is beautiful, no matter what anyone else says. Slug decides to ask others what they think is beautiful and gets more and more confused – everybody says something different, from poo to the postman. Finally, Slug and Spider find a new way to look at the beautiful world they live in.

The fascinatingly retro-styled illustrations in this book represent a fabulous world where Slug and his friends explore the idea that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and show us that even the smallest creatures are lovely.

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