Hugo The Happy StarFish #Review

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

Hugo is a little starfish with a BIG heart! My kids and I were able to review Hugo the Happy Starfish: The Secret to Happiness and WOW!. All my kids have Kindles so it was very easy to purchase and send it right over. I loved the convenience of it. My 2 daughters were reading it right away. The colors are bright and vivid. The story itself is something any kid should read about.

I don't like to give out too much of a book we read because I think that takes away from the fun or reading it yourself.
"There once was a starfish named Hugo. He was a little starfish, but he had big blue eyes and an even bigger heart." And the story goes on to tell about Hugo and his adventures in finding happiness and what it means. In the beginning he was a little sad and he wanted to change that. He went searching the ocean for happiness. He is advised to try a few different things....taking a nap, going fishing, and find a treasure were some. Once he is tired and done trying to find it he is told to "Just share with others." That's pretty simple and apparently it is the key to happiness for Hugo and everyone else. 

For more information on Hugo!
Games and Worksheets 
And for more information on the author, Suzy Liebermann 

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  1. OMG. This is the cutest! I am telling my brother for my little nephew.

  2. Looks like a cute movie for little ones. My boys would love watching it

  3. That is really cute. My daughter would love the characters.

    Michelle F.

  4. We have this book and love it! I like the lessons in the story, especially for empathy.

  5. So cute! My 14-year-old were just tonight talking about what his favorite books were when he was a "little" kid. I miss having that bedtime story time!