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Humu: The Little Fish Who Wished Away His…
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Humu: The Little Fish Who Wished Away His Colors (udgave 2000)

af Kimberly A. Jackson (Forfatter), Yuko Green (Illustrator)

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Humu - his Hawaiian name is Humuhumunukunukuapuaa - is a beautiful but shy fish who wishes he was all one color, like his two best friends. Unhappy with the way he looks, Humu swims far, far from home, and asks a wise, magical whale to take his colors away. He would rather be able to blend into the sand. But when Humu returns, his friends help him realize how beautiful his true appearance really is. Can Humu find the wise whale in time to get his colors back?… (mere)
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Titel:Humu: The Little Fish Who Wished Away His Colors
Forfattere:Kimberly A. Jackson (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Yuko Green (Illustrator)
Info:Island Heritage Publishing (2000), 32 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:Self esteem, fish, shy

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Humu: The Little Fish Who Wished Away His Colors af Kimberly A. Jackson

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Humu was a colorful shy fish who wanted to be one color like his fiends. So he ran away and wished away all his beautiful colors. Once he was mono colored he didn't like it and his friends helped him realize that he was beautiful the way he used to be. This book shows self esteem. ( )
  bynumm | Jun 12, 2021 |
this book is about a fish that looks different than all of his friends and doesn't want to. He wished his colors away, and then when his colors are gone, he realizes that he was perfect the way he was before.

This book made me realize that I am good the way I am, even though I am different from the people around me.

Although this book does not address multiculturalism directly, I believe that it is a good example because it addresses looking different than others. I think this is a good book to read to younger children to help them realize that it is not a bad thing to look different from your friends. Your friends should like you for who you are, inside and out.
  Franki3 | Jul 20, 2016 |
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Humu - his Hawaiian name is Humuhumunukunukuapuaa - is a beautiful but shy fish who wishes he was all one color, like his two best friends. Unhappy with the way he looks, Humu swims far, far from home, and asks a wise, magical whale to take his colors away. He would rather be able to blend into the sand. But when Humu returns, his friends help him realize how beautiful his true appearance really is. Can Humu find the wise whale in time to get his colors back?

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