You're My Little Cuddle Bug (Board book)
2020 Publishers Weekly Bestseller
National Bestselling title (USA Today)
National Bestselling series
2018 National Parenting Product Awards Winner
“You’re My Little Cuddle Bug is sure to become one of your family’s favorite books,” says NAPPA Director Elena Epstein. “This charming book will capture your child’s imagination while celebrating love and hugs.”
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.
Get to know the You're My Little series from Silver Dolphin Books!
From Valentine’s Day to Christmas Day and every day in between, the bestselling You’re My Little series is cute as can be—and fun too! Each spread of these chunky board books features adorable illustrations by Natalie Marshall, as well as shaped cut-outs and raised elements. Perfect for cuddling up with your little one, these sweet rhyming stories celebrate a parent’s love for their child.
Natalie Marshall is an Australian illustrator, author, and designer. Her extensive design background and strong graphic illustration style—combined with her signature bold palette and unique characters—has seen her client list grow over the last 17 years to include both local and international clients. Nat has illustrated more than 150 internationally published children’s books. Her titles feature regularly on bestseller lists and bring joy to kids (and parents) around the world. Natalie is the illustrator of the best-selling You're My Little series of books published in the United States by Silver Dolphin Books. Nat lives near the beach in Melbourne with her two children, her bike-loving scientist husband, and her dog Obi-Wan Butterbear, who likes to run fast and bark loudly. She is a traveller at heart and has lived and worked in New York and London. Nat has traveled extensively on a motorbike in Europe, but her best adventure was taking her children swimming with whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia.