I’m Going to Give You a Bear Hug!
Ever hear of Oxytocin?
I read somewhere a long time ago that a fifteen to twenty second hug can create such a strong emotional bond between two people caused by a release of a chemical in your brain called Oxytocin. So go hug somebody today!!!
So we recently received an adorable picture book called I’m Going to Give You a Bear Hug! written by Author Caroline B. Cooney , This author has created like I said an adorable . It could really just be described as a simple thirty two page picture book and be done with it. BUT! This simple little picture book has such a strong message.Obviously as the title says it’s all about HUGS. A show you how much I care Hug,A way beyond compare Hug and every kind of hug you’d want to give.Although I’m not altogether sure about the “Wet slimy drippy Fish Hug”
With the big colorful illustrations by artist Tim Warnes this is the perfect bedtime book for the little ones. Showing a little boy and his Mom and all sorts of big cuddly animals with their own special hugs.
Written in a fun rhyming style This beautiful large hardcover book is sure to be loved and appreciated by little boys and girls And their Parents.
I’m Going to Give You a Bear Hug!, was written by bestselling author Caroline B. Cooney, and is a playful and comforting bedtime book that imagines all the wonderful ways a child might give and receive a hug.
Whether it’s a big bear, gasp for air, knock over a chair hug or a wet and drippy, slimy, slippy fish hug, children will giggle their way through all the imaginative examples. Cooney’s sweet and simple rhymes encourage playful interaction between parent and child and ultimately help them wind down before they snuggle into bed and drift off to sleep.
About the Author: Caroline B. Cooney was born in New York, grew up in Connecticut, and now lives in South Carolina. Caroline is the author of 90 Young Adult novels in many genres, and her books have sold
Award-winning illustrator, Tim Warnes, shares a studio at his home in the Dorset countryside with his wife, illustrator Jane Chapman. They have two young sons who provide a constant source of inspiration, as well as a major distraction! When he’s not busy working, Tim enjoys gardening and loves birds.