Book Review: Hugo: The Last Bully

Hugo The Happy Starfish The Last Bully is a book designed to teach kids that it’s not ok to bully and that even if they think that the bully is the big fish in the sea, there is ALWAYS a bigger fish.  It starts with Hugo seeing a clownfish getting bullied by a barracuda.  The barracuda thinks that he is the biggest fish and that no one will bully him.  Hugo and the clownfish start an anti bullying club and the next day – the barracuda wants to join because there IS a bigger fish that is now picking on him.

This has a lot of great illustrations of all the fish in the sea and shows the evolution of their club and teaches you to not bully anyone.  It also has some of the key phrases in english and spanish, which is a nice touch to help teach kids spanish or for ESL students.

The book is short and can be easily read for the younger crowd who needs to learn these lessons and to know that they shouldn’t be bullying anyone.

I received a free sample copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.
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About the Book

Imagine Happiness Can Be Learned

Hugo looked Oscar in the eye. “RESPECT! Don’t bully! What goes around comes around and there’s always a bigger fish in the ocean!”

Hugo is a little starfish and so it is not surprising that in this story he comes across several bigger fish in the ocean. Sadly, they are bigger fish with the wrong attitude – they’re bullies! After seeing his friend getting bullied, Hugo decides that 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’s always a bigger fish in the ocean and that happiness comes from respecting others, not bullying them.

THE LAST BULLY is a confidence-boosting book for children, showing them that being different is OK and the best way to deal with bullies is to tell someone about it.

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