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Hug Me, Please!

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When Daddy Bear tells Little Bear that the best thing is to hug someone, Little Bear has an idea: let's give Mr Beaver a hug! And Miss Weasel! And the Hares! And the Big Bad Wolf! Before long, they've hugged nearly everyone in the forest. But aren't they forgetting someone? This irresistible, heart-warming picture book from a talented award-winning duo shows the joy of giving someone a hug.

The TV series, Hug Me, which is based on the book, is out now to watch on Amazon Prime UK.

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