Saturday, February 22, 2014

#ad Magic Words-Hugo The Happy Star Fish Review

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Hugo learns that his actions can soon burn his bridges so to speak, and loses friends along his adventures. Children will love learning through Hugo the importance of the truth and integrity. They can learn how to have happy successful relationships and not winding up sad and alone because of negative attitudes and dishonesty.

At the end of each of the Hugo the Happy Starfish books, the lessons are clearly spelled out with examples of how we can learn to be a better individual. Children can learn integrity by being trustworthy, not gossiping, being respectful to people and their property, helping others in need, etc.

Teaching children life skills can be tricky, but with this exciting book your kids will come across some of the most important lessons there are to be learned. Like Hugo, their journey to the real world will be full of character lessons along the way.
 I loved this book, not only did it show how Hugo was first showing his true opinion of these new friends he makes, but he finds it in his heart to understand that it doesn't matter what they look like on the outside, but how they are on the inside.  These are all wonderful colorful starfish, just like Hugo. However, they all had different appearances and it didn't register to Hugo that a friend can look different then he thought they should be, but when Hugo goes to talk with the starfish, he learns how special they are in different ways. Some could do interesting things that made them unique, which Hugo could never do.

Finally, I'd like to say that this book is great for every child. You won't only have your child learning to love everyone, but to love what makes each friend of theirs different.

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