Philomel Books, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
To Drool, it feels like her mom and dad have been gone an awfully long time. So long that she can hardly taste the fried ice cream Grandma made for dinner, or enjoy hide-and-seek with Kip, Grandma?s pet chicken. Not even playing dress up, having a whole snuggly hugging hour with Grandma, or getting to put the sprinkles on the triple-decker cupcakes can put a smile on Drool?s face. ?I?m an orphan,? she tells Kip.
A child?s fi rst sleepover at Grandma?s is given a hilarious and tender treatment in this candy-colored book by talented newcomer Aileen Leijten.
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Review: Hugging Hour!User Review - Tam - Goodreads
As a parent, I didn't like this book for my boys (ages 4 & 8). A mother and father dropped their daughter off at her grandma's house. It's obvious they didn't tell her she was having her first ... Read full review
Review: Hugging Hour!User Review - Rosita - Goodreads
This is a sweet book to read to children during bedtime or in a small group Drool (her real name is Drew) was worried that her parent are not going to come back, but she was at Grandma's house ... Read full review