Wednesday, August 26, 2015

GOOD FRIENDS - The Island of Tolerance

Paperback $12.99 with free coloring book and free shipping 
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Hugo is a little starfish and he longs to visit the real world. 
On the Island of Tolerance he learns not to judge others. 
He discovers that good friends come in all colors, shapes and sizes. 
Come on a sea adventure with Hugo the Happy Starfish as he finds that happiness begins with tolerance.

EDUCATIONAL CHILDREN’S BOOK SERIES Hugo the Happy Starfish Hugo is a little starfish and he longs to find happiness. His journey isn't quite as straightforward as he had hoped it would be. He is sent to a series of different islands where he is taught important character lessons. By the end of his journey, Hugo has visited fourteen islands, made many more friends, and, most importantly, has learned how to be happy. Teaching children life skills can be tricky, but with this exciting children’s book series your children 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. In Hugo, children, parents, and educators will discover a lovable and engaging role model with whom they can identify. 

The book consists of 29 gorgeous illustrations showing a colorful and magical underwater world. The book includes 10 coloring and workbook pages in order to intensify the learning process. Children will laugh at the delightful characters, hold their breaths in suspense and love to read these stories over and over. The series is suitable as a read aloud book for preschoolers or a self-read book for older children. Hugo the Happy Starfish books were developed in conjunction with the author’s teaching experience at an International Baccalaureate® School and they support the different learner profiles and attitudes of the IB PYP curriculum. 

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on July 7, 2015

This was an AWESOME book showing tolerance towards others. It doesn’t matter if they are huge or thin, look different, many people can be a potential friend if you only give them a chance. I think that this would be a great story for children in grades two and under. It could also be used with the school curriculum whether for Grandfather Teachings or character Education. Every single page was a large, bright and colourful picture with the words up in the sky. I would wholeheartedly recommend this one!
on July 7, 2015
Reading books to my children and grand children is something I enjoy. As my children grow they read more to me which is a blessing in itself. I enjoy hearing how far they have come in their reading achievement.

I like Suzy Liebermann's style of writing to help children learn about how to deal with things that come up during life.

As parent we try to teach our children how to survive and succeed in society but we can't always teach them everything. This is where books and stories come into play. They can help up teach our children things that might not happen when they are little. I received this product as part of a promotion in order to facilitate an honest and unbiased review.
on June 30, 2015
Good Friends (Hugo the Happy Starfish - Island Adventures - Educational Children's Book Collection 10) is a great read for young children because it teaches about friendship and tolerance. My 2 daughters, who are 4 and 6, easily understood the morale of the book. I like that this book taught about not judging anybody by the way they look, and thus, reminded me of the saying, "don't judge a book by its covers". The illustrations are cute and nice and clearly depicted how each one is unique in their own way. I also like how Hugo learned in the end that its the personality and goodness inside that counts and not the outside appearance.
on January 18, 2015
I liked the morale and the illustrations that were brilliantly and colorfully done! Avery good job! So, I think this ebook should be recommended not just for
children but also for those who are older who may be judging others before they have even met. Or get to know personally and are looking only at their
looks, or their cultures, diets, etc. So, this is all why I am giving this ebook five stars. I received this ebook for free and in exchange I have now given it an honest review. !Super job Suzy! By Angela L.
on April 7, 2014
This book teaches children about tolerance and we shouldn't t judge others by their looks. By judging others we could miss out on someone really special. The moral of the story and the illustrations perfectly coincide with one another to deliver a wonderful message that is easy for young children to understand.
on February 6, 2014
I read good friends in exchange for honest review from tomoson. the book teaches kids about tolerance and friendship. Hugo wants a friend, but he has a big issue. my two.year old liked the book until the end, where he tried to.snatch my kindle out my hand lol. I love.Lieberman 's books. can't wait next one.
TOP 500 REVIEWERon February 5, 2014
A story that shares how friends come in all different size, shape or any unique feature and can be a friend no matter what. 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 in. They 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.

Finale, 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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