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Reviewed by Tripti Kandari for Readers' Favorite
Harry is a remarkable child. His hiccups are magical in the sense that they come to life. Harry's hiccups change into magnificent creatures, but his family has had enough. The miraculous hiccups might strike at any time of the day. Sometimes the creatures keep the family awake at night by dancing. Will they be able to halt Harry's hiccups, or is it even necessary for them to do so? Harry and the Hiccups: A Magical Tale of Hilarious Hiccups by Hayley Mitchell highlights a child's originality, which may appear quirky at times but defines their own distinct identity. Young readers will enjoy the amusing and innovative visuals in the tale as much as adults will appreciate the great lesson.
Harry and the Hiccups is notable for its pictures, which Eva Hunter excels in creating to delight children. Hayley Mitchell offers several excellent strategies to assist young minds in expanding their imaginations and vocabulary. These magical creatures have the characteristics that a youngster might imagine and yearn for - they look cute, childlike, and friendly. The tale closes with a rhyme following each expression, which adds to its interest. The story teaches children to value their specific abilities, as well as whatever distinguishes them from others. "Don't ever change for you are perfectly wonderful" sends the message that one should never change because of naysayers. it's a great book for young children who are preparing to explore the outside world with their unique gifts. I like the way that the story doesn't overstate its message, and lets kids enjoy the artwork and hiccups, while the adults can acknowledge the subtle meaning.