The Adventures of Bentley Hippo: Inspiring Children to Never Give Up Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Do your children sometimes feel overwhelmed, and want to just give up?
Unfortunately, it is human nature for our inner negative talk to get the best of us and lead us to think that we cannot do something, even though we know we can.
On this adventure, Bentley and his friends meet children that have special needs. Listening to them talk about their own struggles, Bentley and the others reveal that they, too, have challenges. The children are all surprised. Looking out through a hospital room window is Julia, a sad little girl having treatment and wishing she could be outside with her friends. Bentley spots her and comes up with a plan to cheer her up
A heart-warming story of resilience, friendship, strength, courage, and love.
Children will learn:
- that not all disabilities and challenges are visible
- to accept each other despite their special needs
- to celebrate one's abilities and not focus on their disabilities
- that with the help of friends, anything is possible
- no matter how difficult things are, to never stop believing
His biggest and most important lesson is convincing Julia, a little girl in a hospital room, to never give up, and that a bad day is not a bad life.
|Listening Length||8 minutes|
|Audible.com Release Date||May 28, 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #578,630 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#7,153 in Animals for Children
#7,645 in Animal Fiction for Children
#206,024 in Children's Animals Books
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This story is a great way to teach children about empathy. It also shows that they often are more accepting of others than we are sometimes. We can learn from them if we just pay attention. Abby was always making new friends. Bentley seems to have that same trait. Share the story and share the wonder of those who are differently abled. You will be glad you did!
This book is a great book for children around ages 4-10 to help encourage empathy toward others. It is also a great book to help kids realize that others might also be going through tough times, but they don't give up and keep going and trying.