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Hugless Douglas by David Melling

David Melling is one of the leading children’s author/illustrators today and this perfect match of humour and endearing artwork launches a new character with huge potential on the Hodder Picture book list. Douglas is a big brown, huggable, lovable bear, and he wakes up one morning in need of a hug. He goes to try and find one — but none of them seem quite right. Join Douglas on his search for the perfect bear hug!

New to the series: Don’t Worry, Douglas!

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5 Responses to The Year of the Picture Book – Hugless Douglas by David Melling

  1. Searching for hugs? Love that!

  2. These look so cute! I’m going to see if my library has them.

  3. oh these are too cute! i’m going to have to get these for my grandson!

  4. We read Don’t Worry Douglas this last week. Another bear with a red hat (like I Want My Hat Back), only this time no one steals the hat, but it ends in a bigger mess.

  5. Laurie says:

    I’m also looking at some of these books I have not heard of for my grandchildren. I am going to have to spend some time looking through them to decide.

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