Snug by Carol Thompson

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What makes you feel snug? Is it being curled up in a blanket? Feeling safe in your cosy bed? Being at home? Or being given a hug? All sorts of children are compared to all sorts of animals as we look at the different things that make us feel snug.
 

About Carol Thompson

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Carol Thompson is a retired fifth grade elementary teacher. She co-authored SEEKING THE NORTHWEST PASSAGE with her husband Don in 2008. In addition to working on two published local history books, Carol has completed a juvenile novel, as yet unpublished.
 
Published February 1, 2011 by Child's Play International. 32 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books.

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// As snug as a hug // A hug is SO snug!"

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The language is easy to follow, lots of repetition of the word snug obviously, and the rhyming pattern varies so it's not dull to read aloud.

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