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Being Ugo
Being Ugo
Being Ugo
Being Ugo
Being Ugo
Being Ugo
Being Ugo
Being Ugo
Being Ugo
Being Ugo
Being Ugo
Being Ugo
Being Ugo
Being Ugo
Being Ugo
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Being Ugo

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by Giulia Pastorino & Sergio Olivotti

***Growing up is hard, one day you feel 'normal' the next you feel unusual, your mood ever changing. Our pick for June is a hilarious and visually pleasing look at how these small changes effect us all. With a fabulous ending that will resonate with the whole family, join us as we meet Ugo...

It happened like this. One morning Ugo woke up and... He was no longer Ugo. Or at least... He was no longer the same Ugo as before.

Growing up means changing day by day, and little Hugh is finding that out on his own skin! One day he wakes up SQUIGGLY, another day DOTTY, and yet another day he wakes up all DASHED UP; and each change affects his mood and behaviour at school and with friends.

But Ugo is still Ugo, even if he feels a little different every morning-and after all, what's the point of being all the same all the time? A book about change, about accepting transformation and growth, about the shaky concept of "normality." 
Until the last pages, adults are never seen in full, but only up to the waist.
A contrivance that gives us a surprise in the story's ending, and tells us that growing up also means discovering the complexity and fallibility of one's parents.

Corraini Edizioni

Hardback

40 Pages