Hugo The Happy Starfish Review
The stories of Hugo the happy starfish are interesting. I would suggest that the age range for the books be 5 and older because the stories are pretty complex for little ones. The illustrations are cute and colorful and my kids asked a lot of questions about them. I liked the idea of having a moral to the story, which every Hugo book has but yet another reason to keep the age range a little higher.
Meet HUGO – a little starfish with a BIG HEART. His passion is to make others happy but he still has many things to learn.
Fortunately he has more than just a big heart, he also has a CURIOUS MIND.
Through his adventures, Hugo learns many valuable lessons of character, life skills, and ecological alertness — all against the colorful backdrop of a magical underwater world and mystical islands.
Join Hugo on his journey as he discovers that having the right attitude is the best way to be — and the only way to be truly happy.
To visit Hugo at his website and learn more about him go to http://www.mystarfish.org/home where you can buy the books or learn about free teacher friday. An amazingly generous program by author Suzy Liebermann.
About the Author
A native of Germany and former resident of the Dominican Republic, Mexico, the Islands of the Bahamas and Switzerland, Suzy Liebermann—now living in the USA—has travelled the world in pursuit of language, art, and culture. Learn more here.
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In other news look at my front yard! It has been crazy weather here for the past couple months. Snow, no snow, plus 10 degrees then minus 17. Weird! I can't wait for spring! How about you?