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Walker, 1995 - Children's stories - 20 pages
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A small girl and her toddler brother explore different ways and kinds of giving. Suggested level: preschool.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

If childhood has an illustrator laureate, it must be Hughes: no one else captures emotions, concerns, and body language with such sensibility and affection. Here, she explores the concepts embraced by ... Read full review

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This little girl gives and gets everything from smiles to a doll carriage. Very cute and sweet. Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Author and illustrator Shirley Hughes was born near Liverpool, U. K. on July 16, 1927. She studied drawing and costume design at Liverpool School of Art and the Ruskin School of Drawing in Oxford. At first she was an illustrator of other author's works, but in 1960 she published Lucy and Tom's Day, which was the first book she wrote and illustrated. Since then she has written and illustrated over 50 books. She won the Kate Greenaway Medal for Dogger in 1977, the Eleanor Farjeon Award for distinguished services to children's literature in 1984, and the OBE for services to children's literature in 1998. She currently lives in London with her husband.

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