Feb 042014
 

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Hugo the Happy Starfish, children’s book, character education, PYP, IB books, International Baccalaureate, Emotions, underwater world, ocean, starfish, dophin, whatever you want to call him children learn about your feelings, and Hugo teaches feelings, even though he’s a part of marine life which they can learn too.

CREATIVITY, and TEACHING CREATIVITY, along with BRIDGING CREATIVITY, & BEING CREATIVE. HUGO THE HAPPY STARFISH as he finds out for himself that HAPPINESS begins with CREATIVITY, and is ecstatic to learn!   I’m always telling the grandkids to be creative as to instead of just signing a card Mommy guys make me one I love those more & especially when they don’t forget to put their name and the year on the back.  They know it’s one of my conditions. lol

‘HUGO THE HAPPY STARFISH – ISLAND ADVENTURES’ is packed with life lessons for kids, showing them the importance of appreciation, patience, tolerance and optimism amongst others, but most of all getting the word across to their little minds right from wrong, and to broaden their horizons every chance they get.  Books are like an old friend.  Always there to go back and see.

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.

Children need to identify and with Hugo putting himself many types of instances it’s a good way to learn.  Let’s say also that being creative is thinking outside the box as I do with recipes for example.  Kids can do that too and learn from Hugo that you can create your own instead of copying another man’s art, and doing it together is a lot more fun.

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  2 Responses to “The Amazing “Hugo” Bridges of Creativity Review”

  1.  

    This sounds like a great book. Thanks for sharing, Marie!

  2.  

    Great selections today and I love this theme. Did you notice that everybody mostly have songs about “rain”? I have Lena Horn’s Stormy Weather too, hahaha. Sorry I was late posting a comment on Dave’s I’m An American – but finally did it. Hope it goes viral too.

Thanks for the lovely comment!