This is my first ever Dance Hug!
Okay, you go first, then it’s my turn.
You wait for a Hugless Douglas Competition and then three come along at once. Some great prizes including fluffy Hugless Douglas slippers! But quickly, the one of these finishes midnight tonight. So heck out these fabulous blogs:
The Book Sniffer
Hachette Children’s Books
I wonder if I can find a Queen’s Hug?
This boy says that if hugging were ever to become an Olympic Sport I’d win a Gold Medal.
Yesterday’s competition ls now closed but due to popular demand it has re-opened as a NEW COMPETITION with more prizes! More details here.
But again hurry, the competition closes midnight 17th January!
Hugs come in all sizes…TALL Hugs!
(Ok, so they’re not hugging me yet. But any minute now…)
Don’t forget to check out the Hugless Douglas Competition – closing date midnight tonight! And why not come along and meet me with Douglas in London next week. Full details in the previous post below.
Do you think I should hug him before or after I put his helmet on?
Win Signed Books!
Where’s Hugless Douglas Competition!
To be in with a chance of winning a signed copy of Hugless Douglas by David Melling, decide where Douglas is in both pictures, and find the correct co-ordinates of his location on the map. For more details click here:
Quick : offer closes midnight 15th January 2013!
And get a chance to meet Douglas with me on Monday 21st January, National Hug Day. More details here:
Hopefully see you there!
Wow! You wait and wait to find a hug and then two small huggers come along at once!
Smiley Hugs…the best kind.
Still looking for my first London Hug. Anyone got a ladder?
How about I climb on someone’s shoulders. No?
To celebrate National Hug Day on 21st January, Hugless Douglas will be out and about on the streets of London collecting hugs wherever he can. For the next ten days leading up the big day Douglas will be posting a photo-diary to show you how he gets on.
TEN : ‘Hmm, no hugs in here. I wonder if I can Dial-a-Hug?’
I found this sheet of goblin scribbles at the bottom of a draw recently. I’m often asked if there are any more GOBLINS books planned. Sadly, time has run out for these little tinkers. My creaking schedule just can’t make it happen and the longer I leave it the more unlikely the chances of revisiting them. It’s a shame and I’m a little sad. I do miss writing young fiction and it’s something I plan to look at again. Soon, I hope.
Meanwhile, a good twitter-friend of mine, Anne-Marie, recently posted a lovely review on her blog Child-Led Chaos about the GOBLINS! series which I thought I’d share with you here. Do visit here again soon for regular postings on life, books and the secret to raising two kids with a smile!
Note: I’m having problems adding a link to the site so until I can resolve the issue please visit Anne-Marie’s blog here: www.childledchaos.me.uk