Book Review: You’re My Little Cuddle Bug

You’re My Little Cuddle Bug

You’re My Little Cuddle Bug by Nicola Edwards

You’re My Little Cuddle Bug

I love reading to my boys and my nieces. There’s something really special when their little eyes brighten up and they are in awe with illustrations or the story. That is exactly the reaction I received from my from my niece when I read her You’re My Little Cuddle Bug. This has got to be the most adorable board book I have come across. The illustrations are so cute and the story shows how cute deep a parent’s love can really be.

You’re My Little Cuddle Bug

This book’s story is short and sweet, and the big bugs and bright colors keep her interested. She brings me this book to read to her over and over again. She likes that the thick and sturdy pages fit perfectly in her little hands. You and your little one will definitely enjoy this adorable book.

About the Book

Celebrate your little cuddle bug with this sweet and colorful rhyming board book! With chunky pages for little hands and die-cut cuddle bugs to add depth and interest, children will love the interactive features alongside the story.

About the Author

Nicola Edwards was raised by the seaside in beautiful Brighton. She loves reading, dancing, rhyming and turquoise things. She now lives with her husband in East London and spends her days writing and editing children’s books.

Nathalie Marshal is an illustrator, author, and designer. She graduated with an honors degree in graphic design and an illustration award from the Melbourne Art Directors Club. Her illustrations have licensed to American Greetings, Hallmark, and Papyrus and have appeared on packaging for a variety of products—from talcum powder to blueberries. She also produces her own greeting cards for her Little Red Owl label. Nathalie lives near the beach with her bike-loving husband, two busy children, and an Australian Koolie named Obi Wan.

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4 Comments

  1. larescoe

    This looks like such a cute book! I would definitely read this one to my littles over and over again. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

    Reply
  2. Cassidy ciazza

    Just a precious little read! We love lady bugs! my Littles would love this!

    Reply
  3. Judith Watson

    This book sounds so sweet, my grandson is just now getting old enough to read to. I have to get this book.

    Reply
  4. Helen

    This is such a cute book. I love the illustrations, and I bet my little girl would like them too.

    Reply

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