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Hug a Bug

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In a world where imagination takes second or third place to corporate sensibilities, Nancy Libbey Mills, once again, proves that there is glory in letting the mind wander to places where words are play, images change their meaning and the heart has no boundaries. "Hug a Bug" is a delight! Through rhyme, "Hug a Bug" offers a series of clever, humorous glimpses at life's sim...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published August 17th 2001 by Pie in the Sky Publishing
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Shan Wells, a friend of mine, did the illustrations for this whimsical book of poems, and he did a phenomenal job. The only reason I'm not giving it 5 stars is that kids don't seem to be hooked in by poems - they need a story. But they laugh at some of the illustrations, like the mosquito with tennis shoes on ("Sprinkle fairy dust on mosquito knees").
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