Ug has a dream - soft trousers instead of stone ones. And hot food, lightweight footballs, even pictures on the walls. But this is the Stone Age and Ug, like all thinkers ahead of their time, is ridiculed for his ideas. But Ug persists. A book full of jokes but also a sage reflection on children’s natural curiosity and how it should be heeded given the importance of the things that Ug dreams of and asks for.
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