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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Hungry Henry was going to fly but he needed wings to fly and he realized he had no wings and would not be able to fly. He badly wanted to fly. Hungry Henry thought if he thought positively he would get creative solutions. Hungry Henry knew flying was hard and he remembered what his Dad had taught him when he had negative thoughts; to be thankful for three things. Hungry Henry decided to do that. He was thankful that he had Nice Nancy as his best friend, for the tasty broccoli, and how he learned to breathe fire by practicing and not giving up. He felt very happy now and thought he would call Nice Nancy so that they could find a solution. How does Hungry Henry finally deal with his negative thoughts? Let us read the story to find out.
Help Hungry Henry Stay Positive: An Interactive Picture Book About Managing Negative Thoughts and Being Mindful by Esther Pia Cordova is an uplifting story that will encourage children to think positively, be thankful, and mindful while dealing with challenges and tough situations. Maria Burobkina's wonderful and colorful illustrations give clarity to the concept and make it entertaining for readers. It is a good storybook for parents and tutors to use for read-aloud and storytelling sessions at home and in classrooms to help children deal with their negative thoughts in a positive way. The story also teaches kids problem-solving and offers good messages about life lessons. The adorable illustrations make it an entertaining story for children to read and enjoy.