Hugs and Kisses by Christophe Loupi

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An irresistibly appealing puppy named Hugs sets out one morning on a quest. He asks every animal he meets for a kiss, and they are all happy to oblige. The pup discovers that duck's kisses are hard and wet; a horse's kiss is a little sticky, but very warm; the pig's kiss is a little muddy and bristly, tickley but tender. He collects lots of wonderful kisses, but when he returns home, he discovers that the best kiss of all is the one he gets from his loving mother.
 

About Christophe Loupi

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Chritopher Loupy began his professional life as a teacher and has used that experience in creating his beloved books for children. He also is an accomplished screenwriter. Knister lives in Germany. Eve Tharlet lives in France.
 
Published December 1, 2001 by North-South Books Inc.. 36 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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