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Hugo The Happy Starfish: The Last Bully Review

A special thanks to Happy Language Kids Llc for providing me with a free book to review on my blog!


Product Description

“Hugo is a little starfish and so it’s not surprising that in this story he comes across several bigger fish in the ocean. Sadly, they are bigger fish with the wrong attitudes – they are bullies! After seeing his friend getting bullied, Hugo decides enough is enough. He forms the Anti-Bully Club and teaches the bullies a valuable lesson about respect.

By working together as a group, Hugo and his friends manage to show the bullies that there is always a bigger fish in the sea and that happiness comes from respecting others not bullying them.”


My Review

With a daughter in elementary school, we are no strangers to the topic of bullying. I have said this a thousand times and you will hear me say it a thousand more… my daughter is the most compassionate person I know. She would come home from school some days and tell me about bullying that occurred on the playground and how she chose to play with the victim of bullying. It makes me proud beyond words to know that I have raised my daughter to be so caring towards other people. Bullying is a major issue in schools and it’s up to us as parents to teach our children the harm they can cause if they contribute to it. The Last Bully is a wonderful example of how it only takes one person to stand up against what is wrong. The story goes on to show examples of the bullies being bullied and how in the end, there was always someone bigger than you that can give you a taste of your own medicine. This book shows children that if they all stand up against bullying, together, then they can make a positive impact. The Last Bully is the perfect book to help discuss bullying with your children and I highly recommend it.


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