celebrates the pleasure of giving and receiving good hugs, as well. Hug. Jez Alborough, Author, Jez Alborough, Illustrator Candlewick Press (MA) $ Hug is the first book in Jez Alborough’s Bobo the Chimp series. Bobo needs a hug but he’s lost and can’t find his mum. Will he ever get the hug he needs?. Hug by Jez Alborough, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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The pictures in this book are extremely important because there aren’t very many words in the book. Will he ever find the hug he needs? Through whimsical depiction Alborough expresses this need so effectively, readers of all ages can engage in the experience. The illustrations beautifully portray the expressions on the animals and the single word used in different tones conveys everything she needs to understand this story.
While she showed interest in other board books, nothing captivated her in the same way that Hug did. We read it at least a dozen times at each sitting. C Gruver I don’t know what it is about this book since the only words written in it are “Hug”, “Bobo” and “Mama” but my very verbal and very avid 22 month old reader love this book.
All the monkey said was “hug” he showed he wanted attention and wanted his mommy. Sep 30, Rhayne rated it it was amazing. Tall is Bobo’s continuing saga, and is also sweet. I don’t know what it is about this book since the only words written in it are “Hug”, “Bobo” and “Mama” but my very verbal and very avid 22 month old reader love this book. Oct 09, Nel rated it it was ok Shelves: Did he run off? Correction required to publication year 3 13 Sep 27, He travels and adventures around the jungle in search of hugs from all types of different animals, however, he notices that each animal he meets already has someone to hug.
He likes to ‘read’ the text, which is largely the word “hug,” which appears many, many times. But to find her, he must ask all of the other animals who are with their mom’s already. The only word consistently is “Hug. This book can essentially be for anyone that wants to get a good read.
My son who is 2 loves this book. I would give this book one out of five stars because even though it is meant for beginning readers it doesn’t use many words. Through wonderfully expressive illustrations Jez Alborough has given Bobo’s word ‘Hug!
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Sep 22, Kris Dersch rated it it was amazing Shelves: Open Preview See a Problem? A Zimmerman “anitazim”, Missouri My daughter has loved this book since she was 1 yr old now almost 3yrs old.
Jez Alborough created a modern classic with Hugthe story of a little chimpanzee named Bobo and his quest for a hug. We were amazed when, at 8 months, she started pointing to the pictures and getting excited each time she saw baby monkey Bobo.
I recommend it to parents of toddlers, up to age 3. N Welz “nickarl”, East Lansing, MI, United States Alborohgh book open to individual interpretation A wonderful book which relies on alblrough and just one word ‘hug’ to tell the story – the reader can fill in the rest and make it different every time.
Bobo, the main character, is a little monkey who loses his mom and has to find her and call for her. It got them to really calm down and just hug themselves.
Heartbreaking and heartwarming and overall really cute! If you ever feel bummed out about the level of physical affection in your life, sit with this. Sep 29, Eric Hinkle rated it really liked it.
Bad Yug, very bad book.
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This book is about a baby monkey running around the jungle trying to find someone to give him a hug. And of course we are treated to a touching reunion with Mom.
I hate this book. I highly recommend it. Jfz child I’ve read this book to loves the story and it’s something nearly every age can relate to – you can embellish it to engage whatever age you’re reading to. This is an adorable story, that the children will love and empathise with.
Hug by Jez Alborough
I found this to be a boring and uneventful book My son, who loves books, squirms away when I try to read this book to him. This wordless book is great for kids to start their imagination running. Simple but lovely book for the wee ones. Dec 31, Catlyn Caldart rated it did not like it. Just try to resist Jez Alborough’s latest charmer!
But that doesn’t mean that it is less than any other picture book. Book Review 9 – Hug — Jez Alborough This story is one, which I believe relates to all humans, as all of us during a certain point in our lives will have wanted a hug from our mothers.
Quite the contrary, the incredibly expressive characters, especially our main character, Bobo, are illustrated with complete heart and soul. The book can bring up many themes and discussions if read out aloud in circle time. Hug is alboroug only a story of getting lost; it is also a story of the human need to express love and the equality for compassion we all carry.
Just goes to show that all a kid really needs is a hug from someone they love, in this case Mommy. We have the board version of this book and it ablorough and looks beautiful. Few childrens’ books are as alborlugh and entertaining as this one.
I can’t help thinking that this masterful and enchanting book has actually helped our daughter to develop her emotional awareness, while having fun at the same time.
Rachel, Utah Few childrens’ books are as tender and entertaining as this one. She still loves it to this day!