Ugh

Ugh

Ugh, the cave boy, has big dreams. He isn't satisfied with watching the dinosaurs eating trees down at the grove like everyone else in the village. He spends most of his time slaving away cleaning the cave, finding food and washing clothes. His brothers and sisters make him do all the work. Now one day, at a world meeting, Ugh sees a new invention: the wheel. He imagines the possibilities of this wheel and makes something for himself: a bicycle. Let's just say things take a turn for the worse. But, just as in Cinderella, Ugh may be recognized as the marvel that he is, if he can just prove that he is the one who can ride the bike. The illustrations, as always with the Yorinks/Egielski books, are fantastic. Don't miss the opening scene where the three cave men are hunting along and when one is stomped, the other two abandon him in great haste. They had great fun creating this book and we're the ones who get to laugh and look closely and go on the adventure. Enjoy!

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