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Time for a Hug (Snuggle Time Stories #1) (Board Books)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 1 in the Snuggle Time Stories series.
- #3: Time for a Bath (Snuggle Time Stories #3) (Hardcover): Not currently available
- #5: Time for a Hug Book & Blankie Gift Set (Snuggle Time Stories #5) (Hardcover): Not currently available
- #9: Time for a Nap, Volume 9 (Snuggle Time Stories #9) (Hardcover): Not currently available
- #10: Time for a Trip, Volume 10 (Snuggle Time Stories #10) (Board Books): $6.95
A hug feels good.
Lets hug again.
Well hug at nine.
Well hug at ten.
When is it time for a hug? Anytime This feel-good story--now in the popular board book format--assures kids theres plenty of love to go around-the-clock.
From the moment Little Bunny wakes up in the morning until the moon comes out and the stars shine, every hour includes a warm hug from Big Bunny. Whether they bake or build, bike or hike, a caring hug always feels just right. This is a book that is generous with love, and full of the sweetest illustrations youve ever seen.
About the Author
Phillis Gershator has written many picture books for children. Her mother, Mim Green, inspired this collaboration, and the two have also cowritten Who's Awake in Springtime? (Henry Holt), which Booklist called "A playful and inviting bedtime tale." Phillis worked as a children's librarian for the Brooklyn Public Library and now lives with her husband and frequent coauthor, David, in the US Virgin Islands. To learn more about Phillis and Mim, see phillisgershator.com. David Walker is the illustrator of numerous children's books, including Before You Were Mine (Putnam), Crocodaddy (Sterling), and Bears on Chairs (Candlewick). He can be found painting in his studio in Chapel Hill, NC. To see more of David's work, please visit his website at davidwalkerstudios.com.
"[A] sweet, brief rhyming tale celebrating hugs at any hour of the day . . . . The pleasingly predictable rhyme will have preschoolers chiming in all the way to the page where the covers are pulled up. Worth a pause and may well inspire a hug or two." Kirkus Reviews