Mom has had enough.
Woody and Annie are very good at fighting with each other. They argue and tattle and tease. But when Mom's pleas for sharing and apologizing are ignored, she demands they "hug it out." At first, the warring siblings are confused. Hugging? But after a long afternoon of forced embraces, Woody and Annie decide to call a truce to avoid yet another icky hug.
However it doesn't take long for them to miss that newfound closeness. And soon they're looking for something to fight about so they can hug it out once more!
Adults will delight in a new solution to conflict, while kids will enjoy yelling "HUG IT OUT!" at each familiar situation. With subversive humor and smart, eye-catching illustrations, Louis Thomas's debut is a cheeky tribute to sibling rivalry and (cuddly) compromise.
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About the Author
Louis Thomas is an author, illustrator, and fine artist. He holds a graduate degree in animation given jointly by Gobelins School of the Image in Paris and the California Institute of the Arts in Los Angeles. Louis lives and works in his art studio between the Pantheon and the Luxembourg Gardens. He shares his studio with his beloved cat, Pipo, who is very good at giving hugs—especially when Louis is working on a new project. This is the first picture book Louis has written and illustrated.