How Do You Hug a Porcupine? Epub ß You Hug PDF


How Do You Hug a Porcupine? [Epub] ➟ How Do You Hug a Porcupine? Author Laurie Isop – Buyprobolan50.co.uk The third book in the General Mills Spoonful of Stories series Can you imagine hugging a porcupine Sure, it s easy to picture hugging a bunny or even a billy goat, but where would you begin to try to The third book in the General Mills Spoonful You Hug PDF ´ of Stories series Can you imagine hugging a porcupine Sure, it s easy to picture hugging a bunny or even a billy goat, but where would you begin to try to hug a porcupine After seeing all his friends hug their favorite animals, one brave boy works up the How Do Epub / courage to hug a porcupine, but the porcupine isn t so sure he wants to be hugged The latest contest winner Laurie Isop and illustrator Gwen Millward aren t afraid to ask the pointed questions.

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • How Do You Hug a Porcupine?
  • Laurie Isop
  • English
  • 22 November 2019
  • 1442412917

About the Author: Laurie Isop

Is a well known author, some of his You Hug PDF ´ books are a fascination for readers like in the How Do You Hug a Porcupine? book, this is one of the most wanted Laurie Isop author readers around the world.



10 thoughts on “How Do You Hug a Porcupine?

  1. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    4.5 STARSThis book is so darn cute I am a fan of Gwen Millward s illustrations already esp The Bog Baby and this is another charming work The story is adorable, too It s very easy to hug some animals Can you hug a horse Of course and hugging a cat or dog is not so hard, you can hug them in your own backyard BUT How do you hug a porcupine I love seeing all the different animals getting their hugs this would be a nice one for vegetarian vegan families since farm animals are 4.5 STARSThis book is so darn cute I am a fan of Gwen Millward s illustrations already esp The Bog Baby and this is another charming work The story is adorable, too It s very easy to hug some animals Can you hug a horse Of course and hugging a cat or dog is not so hard, you can hug them in your own backyard BUT How do you hug a porcupine I love seeing all the different animals getting their hugs this would be a nice one for vegetarian vegan families since farm animals are included but they are all seen being loved and I love the tenacity of the child trying to hug the porcupine As my friend Lisa pointed out in her review, I did feel a bit sorry for a few of the animals that no one wanted to hug but the final illustration shows most of them being hugged or about to be hugged And the final solution to hugging a porcupine is just great The story won the Cheerios New Author contest I think it s great Cheerios encourages new authors and I also feel the story is strong enough that no one should think of it as less than for winning a Cheerios contest vs somethingliterary The rhyme scheme isn t perfect, but it s still a good read.On a deeper level, I think the message of this story is so great because we sometimes meet prickly people in our lives but if we really want need to get to know them, we can often overcome that prickly exterior and sometimes they will often met us half way once they know we want to be friends

  2. Lisa Vegan Lisa Vegan says:

    Right on the cover it says this book is the winner of the Cheerios cereal New Author Contest Well, I m glad they re supporting authors and books and reading And they sure found a gem with this book and author, and with its illustrator too.The rhyming story is wonderful, rhyming all the way through until the last page, which has just one word The story is fun and funny and sweet The only thing I didn t like was that there were a couple animals along the way that weren t hug worthy, and they Right on the cover it says this book is the winner of the Cheerios cereal New Author Contest Well, I m glad they re supporting authors and books and reading And they sure found a gem with this book and author, and with its illustrator too.The rhyming story is wonderful, rhyming all the way through until the last page, which has just one word The story is fun and funny and sweet The only thing I didn t like was that there were a couple animals along the way that weren t hug worthy, and they looked rather sad about that.I loved the pictures I love the art style and the colors and the details, and I especially love the expressiveness of all the animals, and of the children too.This is a fine book for reading aloud one to one or to groups and early readers will enjoy it too ages 2 8I love that in the author s bio it says the animal she d most want to hug is an unfortunately extinct Caspian tiger, and I noticed that the illustrator for this book also illustrated a book I read earlier today, Guess What I Found in Dragon Wood

  3. Abigail Abigail says:

    Can you hug a horse Of course A cow With arms around her neck, that s how A dog or cat is not so hard Just hug them in your own backyard Hugging bunnies is just divine But how do you hug a porcupineHow indeed First time author Laurie Isop, who won the Cheerios New Author Contest with this adorable book, teams up with talented illustrator Gwen Millward, whose work can also be found in such titles as The Bog Baby and Guess What I Found in Dragon Wood , to answerCan you hug a horse Of course A cow With arms around her neck, that s how A dog or cat is not so hard Just hug them in your own backyard Hugging bunnies is just divine But how do you hug a porcupineHow indeed First time author Laurie Isop, who won the Cheerios New Author Contest with this adorable book, teams up with talented illustrator Gwen Millward, whose work can also be found in such titles as The Bog Baby and Guess What I Found in Dragon Wood , to answer that all important question Everyone loves hugs, of course, but how does one manage to embrace a creature who is so bristly and unapproachable Fortunately, where there s a will there s a way and it doesn t require marshmallowsAs someone who comes from a hugging family myself, I found both the premise and the execution of this story delightful The rhyming text reads very well, gamboling along in an entertaining fashion, while the artwork is simply charming I found Gwen Millward s animal faces quite expressive here, from the porcupine s concerned longing to the elephant s tolerant bemusement The droll expressions on the faces of the dog and cat, when they were being hugged, were particularly amusing All in all, a lovely little picture book, one I would recommend to any young reader who loves animals or enjoys hugs, as well as to fans like myself of Gwen Millward s art

  4. Jon Nakapalau Jon Nakapalau says:

    Wonderful book Brought a much needed smile to my face

  5. Emily Tidwell Emily Tidwell says:

    This unique story is full of colorful illustrations about many different animals including the Porcupine Most people believe that it is not possible to hug a porcupine, due to its sharp quills However, IT IS VERY POSSIBLE One must hug a porcupine with a gentle touch The author says it has to be hugged very CAREFULLY I first choose this book based on the cover It immediately grabs your attention, because everyone knows you are not supposed to hug a porcupine This book is a delightful stor This unique story is full of colorful illustrations about many different animals including the Porcupine Most people believe that it is not possible to hug a porcupine, due to its sharp quills However, IT IS VERY POSSIBLE One must hug a porcupine with a gentle touch The author says it has to be hugged very CAREFULLY I first choose this book based on the cover It immediately grabs your attention, because everyone knows you are not supposed to hug a porcupine This book is a delightful story that would be enjoyable for younger kids, maybe between the ages of kindergarten until 8 years old This book would be a fun book to read aloud in an elementary classroom In addition to reading this book, one could teach about not judging a book by its cover per se Then the instructor can go one to talk about how sometimes we judge our peers by how they dress, act, or smell but that doesn t mean anything We should all reach out to everyone equally and give them a chance

  6. Amy Forrester Amy Forrester says:

    Most animals are easy to hug You can hug a dog or cat in your own backyard and you might need a ladder, but hugging a giraffe is doable Elephants like to be hugged around their trunks and baby chicks like sweet, little hugs But how do you hug a porcupine Why, very carefully of course The gently rhyming text and short sentences make this a wonderful book for a read aloud with toddlers The bright illustrations, set against a mostly white background, feature a gang of multiracial children who Most animals are easy to hug You can hug a dog or cat in your own backyard and you might need a ladder, but hugging a giraffe is doable Elephants like to be hugged around their trunks and baby chicks like sweet, little hugs But how do you hug a porcupine Why, very carefully of course The gently rhyming text and short sentences make this a wonderful book for a read aloud with toddlers The bright illustrations, set against a mostly white background, feature a gang of multiracial children who just love to give hugs The illustrations are large enough for a group storytime, but also include humorous details, such as the little boy putting marshmallows on the porcupine quills Full Review at Picture Book a Day

  7. Jessica Sommers Jessica Sommers says:

    This book tells a story about how easy it is to approach and hug all different kinds animals However, a porcupine is one animal that does not seem possible to hug because it looks so prickly Throughout the book, the author lists all these animals, but keeps on referring back to the porcupine By the end of the book, the author reveals that it is possible to hug the porcupine, it just has to be done carefully.I thought this an adorable book that would be great for younger children My favorite a This book tells a story about how easy it is to approach and hug all different kinds animals However, a porcupine is one animal that does not seem possible to hug because it looks so prickly Throughout the book, the author lists all these animals, but keeps on referring back to the porcupine By the end of the book, the author reveals that it is possible to hug the porcupine, it just has to be done carefully.I thought this an adorable book that would be great for younger children My favorite aspects of this book were all the rhymes and illustrations that go along with each page I loved the very last page of the book when the author says the way to hug a porcupine is carefully Very creative book This would be a great book to use in the classroom to teach children that even if someone may not seem nice at first, to still always give him or her a chance

  8. Taylor Shannon Taylor Shannon says:

    This book covers how to approach hugging all different kinds of animals Porcupines, however, seem like they are impossible to hug Throughout the book, the author compares how to hug other animals to how impossible it seems to hug porcupines In the end, it is revealed how to hug a porcupine very carefully.This book was very neat It would be great for young children I loved the rhymes and illustrations on each page This was a very creative and adorable book This would be a great book to rea This book covers how to approach hugging all different kinds of animals Porcupines, however, seem like they are impossible to hug Throughout the book, the author compares how to hug other animals to how impossible it seems to hug porcupines In the end, it is revealed how to hug a porcupine very carefully.This book was very neat It would be great for young children I loved the rhymes and illustrations on each page This was a very creative and adorable book This would be a great book to read soon after connecting with your class It also is a great way to get the lesson of not judging someone on first impressions It is important to always give people chances

  9. Treasure Treasure says:

    A picture book by first time author and Renton, WA, resident Laurie Isop, who won the Cheerios New Author contest The premise of her book is that everyone deserves a hug The rhyming text talks all about the different animals you can hug and how to hug them, but the question keeps coming up How do you hug a porcupine Of course, we learn in the end that you hug one very carefully The illustrations are soft and cute, and readers will enjoy the rhyme, rhythm, and silly story Reviewed for Puget A picture book by first time author and Renton, WA, resident Laurie Isop, who won the Cheerios New Author contest The premise of her book is that everyone deserves a hug The rhyming text talks all about the different animals you can hug and how to hug them, but the question keeps coming up How do you hug a porcupine Of course, we learn in the end that you hug one very carefully The illustrations are soft and cute, and readers will enjoy the rhyme, rhythm, and silly story Reviewed for Puget Sound Council

  10. Fjóla Fjóla says:

    I was pleasantly surprised by this book by a new author Laurie Isop In rollicky rhyme, a book about hugging sort of The somewhat bland cover doesn t really do the book justice, as the pictures in the book are genuinely cute and fun Considering one animal after the other, made us tangentially think of the lovely, now classic Is Your Mama A Llama I was pleasantly surprised by this book by a new author Laurie Isop In rollicky rhyme, a book about hugging sort of The somewhat bland cover doesn t really do the book justice, as the pictures in the book are genuinely cute and fun Considering one animal after the other, made us tangentially think of the lovely, now classic Is Your Mama A Llama

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