Slug in Love (Hardcover)

Slug in Love By Rachel Bright, Nadia Shireen (Illustrator) Cover Image

Slug in Love (Hardcover)

By Rachel Bright, Nadia Shireen (Illustrator)


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From the bestselling author of Love Monster comes the irresistible story of one slug’s search for love in this endearing rhyming picture book perfect for Valentine’s Day!

Doug the slug needs a hug. But who wants to hug a slug called Doug? After a long search for someone to snuggle, lonesome Doug is ready to give up hope. But you never know when love might come flying by! Young readers will love this funny and fabulous tale that shows there’s a friend for everyone.
Rachel Bright is a bestselling author and illustrator, as well as being the brains behind the multi-million selling global card and gift phenomenon, the brightside. Her picture book hits include Love Monster, which has now been adapted into an irresistible TV series for CBeebies. She is also the author of a hugely popular picture book series, illustrated by Jim Field, whose titles include The Lion Inside, The Squirrels Who Squabbled, and The Koala Who Could (winner of the Sainsbury’s Book Award and the Oscar’s Book Prize). Rachel lives in Dorset, England.

Nadia Shireen has won awards for her picture books including the UKLA Book Award for Good Little Wolf and most recently for Barbara Throws a Wobbler, which has been described as a ‘little doorway of joy’ by Caitlin Moran. She’s also been shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny Prize and the Waterstones Children's Book Prize, and has been Writer-Illustrator in Residence for BookTrust. Grimwood is her first series for older readers.
Product Details ISBN: 9781665900461
ISBN-10: 1665900466
Publisher: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books
Publication Date: December 14th, 2021
Pages: 32
Language: English
"A succinct tale with a strong message about friendship,."
— - School Library Journal

"Sweet, reassuring fun—and a story to fully embrace."
— -- Kirkus