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  • Published: 5 June 2014
  • ISBN: 9781448194599
  • Imprint: RHCP Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 32

Hugo the Hare's Rainy Day



A hilarious story about learning to find fun in the things you hate, from the bestselling author of Nat the Cat's Sunny Smile and Billy the Goat's Big Breakfast

Hugo the Hare HATES to get wet, and when the rain comes he huddles under his umbrella. But Hugo's friends are stuck in the rain and when Hugo comes to their rescue he can't help but get all soggy!

However, perhaps having a bit of a splish splash isn't quite as bad as Hugo thinks...

  • Published: 5 June 2014
  • ISBN: 9781448194599
  • Imprint: RHCP Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 32

About the author

Jez Alborough

Jez Alborough is the author and illustrator of over 45 books for children. His Eddy and the Bear trilogy (which began with the much loved Where’s My Teddy in 1992) has sold nearly four and a half million copies and was made into an award winning animated television series. Duck in the Truck (published in 1999) heralded the start of another bestselling series, this time featuring the irrepressible Duck and his three friends - Frog, Goat and Sheep. There are currently nine books in the Duck series (1.2 million copies sold), including Duck’s Key Where Can It Be? which won the Child magazine Best of the Year Award.In 2000 Jez created Hug - a powerful and touching book of only three words about a baby chimpanzee called Bobo who loses his Mom, chosen by Oprah Winfrey for her recommended reading list. Bobo went on to star in two more classics; Tall ( which along with Hug won the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Book Award ) and Yes. The series has sold 1.76 million copies.

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Praise for Hugo the Hare's Rainy Day

A humorous rhyming story focusing on outdoor play, teambuilding and friendship. With the opportunity to sing along at the end it is the perfect book for story time sessions.

Books for Keeps

A fun story of friendship, sharing and having fun, all told in catchy rhyming text with lots of sounds to encourage children to join in. There's a song to enjoy at the end too, and that is another way to engage children with the story.

Parents in Touch

This hilarious story had us all chuckling at bedtime.

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