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by Joanne Ryder

ePub Won't You Be My Hugaroo? download
Author:
Joanne Ryder
ISBN13:
978-0152057787
ISBN:
0152057781
Language:
Publisher:
Harcourt Children's Books; 1 edition (March 1, 2006)
Category:
Subcategory:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
ePub file:
1225 kb
Fb2 file:
1974 kb
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
137

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Joanne Ryder (Author). Armchair Interviews says: Won't You Be My Hugaroo? is a children's book for all occasions, especially at bedtime when the special hugs will have to last the night. And what can be better than nodding off, after a hug, knowing you are cherished? Now that's security.

I find myself asking my grandkids, 'Won't you be my Hugaroo?' even when we're not reading the book. com User, March 21, 2006. This is a wonderful book! Filled with all kinds of hugs-a cozy hug, a cheer-up hug, a twirly hug, to name just a few-the lively, fun-to-read text paints a picture of a warm and loving world.

Won't You be My Hugaroo? Students read popular children's stories. External metadata update. 2019-04-12T13:34:25Z.

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While the venue has changed from smooches to hugs, Ryder and Sweet remain faithful to the popular format of their earlier title, Won't You Be My Kissaroo?

While the venue has changed from smooches to hugs, Ryder and Sweet remain faithful to the popular format of their earlier title, Won't You Be My Kissaroo? (2004) Playful rhymes describe the myriad hugs to be savored as a young zebra spends the day at an amusement park with friends. From ebullient tickle hugs to consoling cheer-up hugs, Ryder celebrates the widespread uses of an action that is second nature to care-givers yet so vitally important to a child. The sprightly rhymes move readers along at a brisk pace but not before they tug at the heartstrings with their touching sentiments

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It's playtime at the amusement park, and there are lots of hugs to go around. From the spinning twirly hug to the playful catch-you hug--and even to the long good-bye hug when nobody wants to leave--each one is a celebration of a friendship and of a special moment.In this companion book to Won't You Be My Kissaroo?, Joanne Ryder's sweet, lyrical text and Melissa Sweet's snuggly illustrations deliver the perfect book to share with all your favorite hugaroos.
  • Sweet rhymes and cute illustrations! Love this book!

  • This is one of my grandbabies favorites....and I have five. I make certain I buy it for any expectant parents I know. I find myself asking my grandkids, 'Won't you be my Hugaroo?' even when we're not reading the book.

  • Got this from the library and read it with my grandson. He loved it so I had to b uy it. Now I read it with my other two grandsons.

  • Won't You Be My Hugaroo? by Joanne Ryder and Melissa Sweet is the perfect children's book of special occasion hugs between friends and family members. As a grandmother, I choose to make myself the hugger of all my special grandchildren.

    Whether it is a catch-you hug that is full of play, a twirly hug that will make you spin, a cheer-up hug to save the day, a good-bye hug that is long and slow or any of the other special hugs, children and adults alike will enjoy this delightful book about caring for others through hugs.

    The illustrations are whimsical, colorful and eye-catching and will capture the attention of the little ones spending some special time with Won't You Be My Hugaroo?

    Armchair Interviews says: Won't You Be My Hugaroo? is a children's book for all occasions, especially at bedtime when the special hugs will have to last the night. And what can be better than nodding off, after a hug, knowing you are cherished? Now that's security.

  • This is one of the best books for our 20-month-old precocious girl; I was floored to see only three reviews on Amazon.

    This book is as good as Goodnight Gorilla (http://www.amazon.com/Good-Night-Gorilla-Peggy-Rathmann/dp/0698116496), and that is saying a LOT!

    The verses scan (unlike MOST of the children's poetry I read), the watercolor artwork is excellent (again, unlike most of the children's books out there), and perhaps most importantly, the sum of the words and the art is greater than the parts.

    A surprisingly complex story is told here.

    The elephant losing the balloon has almost brought tears to my child's face, but ultimately the story has a happy ending.

    A side note: this book is significantly better than Kissaroo, but be sure to check both books out in the library.

  • I have been reading this book to my 3.5 year old for well over a year. We love the rhymes and all the different types of hugs. Her favorite is a "tickle hug," which I am happy to give to her upon request. I am surprised that there have not been that many reviews. I recommend this book to everyone that has a toddler!

  • My 3 year old loves this book, as do I. We love the rhyming and the adorable pictures. I just bought another set of this one and the Kissaroo one for my kids for vacation. This is a wonderful part of our night time routine and one enjoy.

  • This is a wonderful book! Filled with all kinds of hugs--a cozy hug, a cheer-up hug, a twirly hug, to name just a few--the lively, fun-to-read text paints a picture of a warm and loving world. The illustrations show colorfully dressed zebras, elephants, bunnies, and pigs (really people in animal guise) spending an exciting, hug-filled day at an amusement park. This is a world where hugs are fun ("A tickle hug will make you jiggle, and laugh and squeal, and squirm and wiggle") as well as reassuring ("A calming hug will see you through, when something scary frightens you"). Lots of opportunities here for interacting with your favorite hugaroo. This one is a winner!