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How To Send A Hug ($17.99; Little, Brown Books for Young Readers) a picture book about the journey of hugs across miles in the form of handwritten letters and their power to keep us all connected.
⭐️ “A celebration of letters that gently gives young readers the knowledge and tools to share the love.” ―Kirkus, starred review
⭐️ “Here is a delightful tribute to “old-fashioned” letter writing that may inspire youngsters to try their hand at creating a work of art that can be read and reread often.”―Booklist, starred review
“a sweet-tempered approach to an everyday show of affection.”―Publishers Weekly
“...this book might be a revelation.”―School Library Journal
Learn how to send a hug to someone you love today! This heartfelt story shows readers the incredible impact writing and receiving handwritten letters can have on yourself and others.
How will you know your hug arrived safely?
Because when you send a hug,
You just might get one in return
Artie loves giving hugs. But she can't give a hug to her Grandma who lives so far away. Instead, she shows us how to send hugs using the magic of handwritten letters in this timeless story about connecting to loved ones when you can't always do so in person.
Both timely and timeless, How to Send a Hug is about reaching out across distances when you can’t do so yourself in person, and turning words into messages of love.
Coming Spring 2024...
WILD PLACES: The Life of Naturalist David Attenborough
An inspiring and accessible picture book biography of the beloved naturalist,
broadcaster, and documentarian David Attenborough—stunningly illustrated by
Caldecott Honoree, John Rocco.
As a boy, David loved exploring the wild places near his home in England, collecting
fossils, rocks, and newts. When he grew older, he got a job in television, where he had
an idea for a new kind of show: He would travel to wild places all over the world to film animals in their natural habitats. Over the span of seven decades, David’s
innovative documentaries have been treasured by millions of people.
But as time went on, he noticed the wild places he loved were shrinking. What could
David do to help? What could we all do?
This story is not only a biography of David Attenborough, but also the story of how our planet has changed rapidly over the course of one person’s lifetime, and is a clarion call for us all to do our part to bring back the wild places and protect the creatures who call Earth home.