Eoin McLaughlin The Kiss


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Tiger and Crocodile are looking for a kiss goodnight… The perfect Valentine’s gift from the creators of runaway bestselling While We Can’t Hug.

Tiger was feeling sleepy. As sleepy as sleepy can be. So sleepy only one thing could help…

Crocodile was feeling sleepy. As sleepy as sleepy can be. So sleepy only one thing could help…

Tiger and Crocodile are both looking for a goodnight kiss in this clever flip-book story. But the animals along the way don’t seem very forthcoming! Perhaps it’s those sharp little teeth that they can see when Tiger and Crocodile yawn. Then they see a sharp-toothed shadow… eek! But don’t worry it’s just Daddy Croc and Mummy Tiger, come to kiss their little ones goodnight.

A delightful, snuggly bedtime story that celebrates blended families and kindred spirits.

About the Author

Eoin McLaughlin was born in Ireland and now lives in Mauritius with his family. The Hug – a bestseller – was his debut picture book and the series has gone on to sell over a quarter of a million copies. He also wrote, amongst others, While We Can’t Hug, The Longer the Wait, the Bigger the Hug, The Roar, Secret…

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