Hugo is a little starfish with a big heart. Every day he makes other creatures happy – and doing so makes Hugo happy. One day however, he begins to feel small and ugly, convinced that nobody likes him. When granted some magic wishes he decides to change a few things he doesn’t like about himself.
Hugo learns a great lesson and once those changes are made he wishes he could be himself again.
Join Hugo on his journey as he discovers that being himself is the best way to be – and the only way to be happy.
IT’S GOOD TO BE ME! is a story about the importance of self-esteem when striving to be a happy and successful person.
Hugo’s story is a good way to teach kids about having a healthy self-esteem and to be happy with the way they are.
This book is a great way to teach APPRECIATION and the FIVE SENSES.
Meet HUGO, a little starfish with a big heart and a curious mind.
In very story of the series he learns about a different character trade/ attitude.
My little girls have been so tickled to receive the Hugo books. We got this one in an e-book version. Kids love the pictures and parents love the lessons. Even the e-book has colorful pictures to help the kids imagine just how Hugo is dealing with his struggles.
I cannot say enough good things about these books. Ms. Suzy has developed a great website to accommodate all the books as well. It seems there are worksheets and downloadables for many of her books. After reading a few of the books I am just now finding this. I wish I had seen it earlier. This is a great tool for teachers, parents, and parents of home schoolers.
Speaking of teachers.... There is also a Free Teacher Friday!! Teachers can go and apply with a little paragraph about theirself, their students, and the school they teach at. Every Friday a set of books will be raffled to one lucky winner. That is such an awesome thing to do for our teachers!
You can check out where I have reviewed other Hugo Books
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