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Authors: Bob Boyle
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Hugo and the really, really, really long string / by Bob Boyle. — 1st ed.
Summary: Hugo follows a mysterious red string through his town, collecting a series of new friends along the way, all of them knowing that something special must be at the end of the string.
[1. String—Fiction. 2. Animals—Fiction.] I. Title.
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For Ma Boyle,
Teri, Kow, and Deebs
n a little house on the top of a hill lived a happy little guy named Hugo and his playful dog, Biscuit.
One morning, Hugo was looking out his window when what did he see …
… but a mysterious red string!
he would find something wonderful at the other end of it!
So Hugo followed the string through the trees,