The Big Book of Hugs A Barkley the Bear Story by Nick Ortner, Alison Taylor
  

Synopsis

The Big Book of Hugs A Barkley the Bear Story by Nick Ortner, Alison Taylor

Baxter the Bear is now ready to continue his family's business, which involves taking care of everyone in the forest. What a job! Baxter worries that he will not be able to provide the care necessary for everyone, but he soon finds out how easy it is to help others and how much you can get in return. New York Times bestselling author Nick Ortner, along with Alison Taylor, take you on a memorable journey of what's most important in life: kindness, hugs and a little bit of work.

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A sweet little reminder about the magical power of hugs. Read it to your kids, your dogs, your mailman . . . and then hug the heck out of them. This world would be a very different place if we all spread the hug love.

This book can show children how a hug can brighten someone s day, then they can teach others to do the same. It feels like you are getting a hug when you read it.

Children are naturally connected to their surroundings. This book encourages them to stay connected with the most universal technique for showing affection: the hug! The Big Book of Hugs is a great reminder to parents and children that you can never give too many hugs.

Cheryl Richardson, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Art of Extreme Self-Care

Geneen Roth, New York Times Bestselling Author of Women Food and God

About the Author

Nick Ortner is known worldwide as an inspirational speaker and the New York Times bestselling author of The Tapping Solution. His 'muse' - his daughter, June - isn't old enough to read yet but delights at looking at images of Baxter and all his adventures. Alison Taylor is an elementary school teacher who enjoys reading and writing with her students. Her desk is often crowded with buckets of apples. She lives in forest-filled Connecticut, USA, where her ideas for Barkley sprouted.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Nick Ortner, Alison Taylor
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Publication date

2nd February 2016

ISBN

9781401951726


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