Let's Go, Hugo! by Angela Dominguez

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Hugo is a dapper little bird who adores the Eiffel Tower -- or at least his view of it from down here. Hugo, you see, has never left the ground. So when he meets another bird, the determined Lulu, who invites him to fly with her to the top of the tower, Hugo stalls, persuading Lulu to see, on foot, every inch of the park in which he lives instead. Will a nighttime flying lesson from Bernard the Owl, some sweet and sensible encouragement from Lulu, and some extra pluck from Hugo himself finally give this bird the courage he needs to spread his wings and fly?

About Angela Dominguez

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Angela Dominguez was born in Mexico City and grew up in Texas. She has an MFA from the Academy of Art University. Let's Go, Hugo! is her debut as an author/illustrator. She lives in San Francisco.
Published March 7, 2013 by Dial. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Tone and artwork mix beautifully in this endearing tale about overcoming a debilitating fear.

Jan 28 2013 | Read Full Review of Let's Go, Hugo!

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Hugo is a diehard Parisian boulevardier—which is a little incongruous, because he’s also a bird: “Hugo was content living on the ground.” But when Hugo meets a soigné bird named Lulu, he realizes that

Feb 11 2013 | Read Full Review of Let's Go, Hugo!

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