What a great book for kids – and adults, for that matter! Thank you to all of my readers, and as my husband tells his 43 year old son every time he talks to him on the phone, “Here’s a hug.” Now he can be specific! Lots of love πŸ™‚ Marsha πŸ™‚

Ute smile

I came across a children’s book, which I fell in love with straight away.

In my school I am running a bookshop, once a term and buy good quality books for children aged 3 to 11. It is great fun choosing and buying books. There are such wonderful titles out there with heartwarming stories.

I found this one yesterday!


This bear needs a hug and finds all different sizes friends who are hard to cuddle. At the end he finds his mum and gives her a big hug! This book I can only recommend.

I found the last 2 pages the beset as it shows different hugs…. the science of hugs called

Hug – ology

by me!

My favourites are:

the BIG hug

hugless big


hugless come

So come along and get your daily hugs!

Which one is your favourite?

With love and hugs from Ute x

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Author: Marsha

Hi, I'm Marsha Ingrao, author, blogger and retired teacher/consultant - Promoting Hobby Blogging

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  1. You are a strong woman, Marsha! Congratulations and God bless your perseverance. I applaud you obtaining your education despite what those around you said. You are right, things always do figure themselves out. You have to give time, time. I feel like you have to go through some really crappy instances in life, to truly grasp that concept; even when you do, you are challenged to revert (If you’re a bit of a control freak, like myself..lol). Nonetheless, you have moved on and I thank you for sharing your wisdom and experience with us. While we all have moments we are disappointed or “ashamed” of, its these moments that (others need to hear) can be overcome. Human experience and conversation are our best teachers.

    Thanks again for sharing. May your life continue to be blessed and may you remain as strong and resilient as ever!


    1. Oh sweet huggable Ralph, you know how to read quite well. You even write very well. Is there nothing you can’t do? I know you can take out the trash!!! hahahha very funny post, BTW Lots of love to you πŸ™‚ Marsha πŸ™‚


    1. I think so too! This one was Ute’s. I can imagine that she gives hundreds of hugs every day at school. I can’t imagine a much more loving office manager for a school, can you??? ML


  2. My goodness, I MUST stop reading your posts about books – I end up buying the books! Of course, it doesn’t take much to get me to buy a book – especially a good kids’ book.


    1. And there you have it. Now you KNOW how to HUG!!! Nazarene’s already know HOW to hug, we just didn’t have the name to call them. Now we do!!! I wish I’d written it!!! πŸ™‚


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