Synopses & Reviews
There are so many ways to share a hug, not just with our arms! But no matter how we embrace, one thing remains the same: all hugs are given with love.
Hugs with our noses (elephants) and hugs in red roses (ladybugs) shows that from the largest animals to the small bug, hugs are important to all! This sturdy board book shows preschoolers how all sorts of animals express affection for one another. With adorable and endearing illustrations of the cutest animals ever, this is a book for Valentine's Day or any day!
This sturdy board book shows preschoolers how all sorts of animals express affection for one another. With adorable illustrations of the cutest animals ever, this book is sure to be loved. Full color.
About the Author
Lorie Ann Grover
attended the University of Miami. After school she lived with her husband, David, in South Korea, where she spent most of her time painting and writing poetry. The Grovers have two daughters, Emily and Ellen, and live in Sumner, Washington.
The author of Loose Threads, Lorie Ann was inspired to write On Pointe by her own experiences as a teenage member of the Miami Ballet Company.