I Love to Cuddle by Carl Norac

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A Lola Book School Market Edition
 

About Carl Norac

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Published January 12, 1999 by Doubleday Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Lola returns home and sulks until the words unwittingly "came flying out of her mouth and worked their magic.'' It's no surprise that Lola's special words are "I love you, I love you!

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Lola is lonesome as soon as her folks are out the door: “There’s nobody here to give me a cuddle.” The television is no solace, so Lola sets about gathering up items to make her “very own Cuddle Island.” Blankets and pillows and wads of toilet paper will do;

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In a companion book to I Love You So Much, Lola returns with another problem: when her parents go out, Lola has no one to cuddle her. "This winsome hand-siz

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"Dubois's effectively unadorned, humor-infused illustrations keep this charming tale from becoming precious," said PW.

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Dubois, follows Lola the hamster after she awakens with ""special words"" (cited in the title) on the tip of her tongue and must wait all day to share them.

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Lola returns in a board book edition of I Love to Cuddle by Carl Norac, illus.

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Lola, the young hamster who in I Love You So Much had to wait all day before getting the chance to deliver the title's message to her parents, is as affectionate as ever in this companion book.

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In a companion book to I Love You So Much, Lola returns with another problem: when her parents go out, Lola has no one to cuddle her.

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