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Emily Hughes

  • 4 stars across 6 books
    Laurel Snyder is the author of many books for children. She lives and writes in a small yellow house in Atlanta, Georgia, which she shares with her husband and two sons.

    Emily Hughes is an illustrator (and sometimes writer) who lives in windy Brighton, England.

    1st February 2016

    A Brave Bear

    What is the bravest thing in the world? A brave bear, of course! And who is the best at helping a little bear be brave? ... More

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    1st April 2015

    Wild paperback

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    1st December 2014

    Charlie

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    11th January 2018

    Everything You Need for a Treehouse

    Featuring beautiful images and a lyrical text with an exquisitely readable cadence, this book gives life and meaning to ... More

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    6th September 2018

    Charlie Star

    Charlie is an anxious dachshund who worries that something terrible might happen if he doesn't keep to his daily rituals... More

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    1st April 2019

    Charlie & Mouse Even Better

    In this heartwarming follow-up to Laurel Snyder's awardwinning beginning chapter book Charlie & Mouse , the two broth... More

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