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Dec 6, 2015 8:36 EDT

Hugly & Friends: Wellcome to the world of Hugly & Friends

iCrowdNewswire - Dec 6, 2015

Hugly & Friends

Hugly & Friends

As mentioned in our short film we are looking to raise £8000 to self-publish our first Hugly interactive book. The book will have a packet of seeds attached to the front cover to encourage children to learn about growing, this food then forms part of the story and at the back of the book is a recipe containing the featured ingrediant along with playful instructions how to grow the seeds provided. However Hugly and friends is far more than just a book!!!

We are aiming to exceed our target as this will then enable us to develop Hugly’s world in more detail, offering exciting grow kits, outdoor games and intereactive apps that use real outdoor expirences and much, much more.


Meet The Gang

Hugly has lots of friends! They all have different ways of helping him in his adventures ?


A Little Teaser..

“It was a warm and fuzzy morning when Hugly opened his eyes to beautiful rays of sunlight twinkling through his treehouse. He could hear his best friends the BB’s buzzing away outside and smell all the wildflowers rising from the forest floor below. There was also smell sprouts wafting up from inside his sleeping bag…but it definitely wasn’t sprouts. 

Hugly sometimes got things muddled up and he was sure there was something happening today but he just couldn’t put his finger on it. After a stretch and a yawn he decided it was time to get up so jumped out of his hammock and swung from his treehouse shouting hurrah!!! 

Hugly then took a shower under the waterfall and began walking to the vegetable patch. ‘Good morning’, he said to the birds in the trees. ‘Good squawking’, they replied. ‘Good morning’, he said to the insects in the grass. ‘Good crawling’, they replied. ‘Good morning’, he said to the sleepy hedgehog in the bush. ‘Good Yawning’, she replied. ‘That’s funny’, he thought, as he hadn’t washed his ears out properly. 

As Hugly walked towards the bridge and over the stream, he would imagine that crocodiles lived under the bridge. He liked to pretend that if he stepped on the cracks his feet would dangle over the water and the crocodiles could snap at his toes. Hugly liked pretending so much that he jumped over every crack on the path all the way to the vegetable patch. 

When he arrived at his vegetable patch the gate was already open, something looked strange, something was not quite right and as he rubbed his eyes he noticed….. 



Contact Information:

Ian Hamilton
Sam Frith

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