About this book: Hugo is a little starfish with a big sense of adventure. One day he finds an empty candy wrapper with a picture of a huge chocolate mountain. Usually when Hugo finds trash in the ocean it upsets him but this time what he found made him curious. Hugo discovers that his chocolate mountain is in fact a real mountain, which is called the Matterhorn and is located in Switzerland.
He decides to set off on a journey to find this mountain – a huge challenge for a little starfish! Hugo learns to take one step at a time and to enjoy the journey as much as the destination. In this story Hugo finds the secret of perseverance when the road gets difficult.
ONE STEP AT A TIME is a story about the need for perspective, whatever mountains we face. This book is the perfect way to teach kids to divide big challenges into little chunks and to take things one step at a time. This book is a great way to teach commitment.
They are still a little above Brayden's age range but I am certain that he understands the lessons of these books. I will continue getting Hugo books for Brayden. I know this will be in our library for many years to come. You should ABSOLUTELY get these for your children!
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