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ProdID: 9218 - A Hug So Tight
Written by Holly Melville-Bell

A Hug So Tight
April 2024

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Proud to promote NZ productsThis is a fun and engaging children's picture book that teaches children about sign language as part of a heart-warming story.

Lenny is a cheeky little Loris getting up to mischief in a forest. Follow him on an adventure as he learns how to make friends and be nice to others.

As you follow Lenny's journey, keep an eye out for the animals that are communicating in sign language. There is a helpful resource guide at the end of the book!

Holly Melville-Bell has written the text as well as crafting the beautiful illustrations. Deaf Aotearoa advised on the sign language components, making this a book for all children including those who are hearing impaired.

a hug so tight   deaf aotearoa   holly melvillebell   hug   lenny   loris   mischief   sign language   twig   nzmade
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