Henry Hodges Needs a Friend: a book review

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Henry Hodges Needs a Friend by Andy Andrews

This is an adorable story about a young boy that is having trouble fitting in and is in search of a very special friend.  But who???  Learn how God’s plan for Henry unravels and how he found happiness and companionship in his new forever friend that God chose for him…a new family pet!

From the Author:

From Andy Andrews, the best selling author of The Kid Who Changed the World, this hilarious rhyming story, complete with charming art, offers comfort to children who often feel left out or are in need of a good friend.

At some point, almost every child struggles with feeling like they don’t fit in or are left out—just like Henry Hodges. Henry is a lonely little boy on a lonely little street who longs for a friend. One day, his mother and father take him to a pet rescue shelter and his lonely world is changed! Told in a playful rhyme with adorable illustrations, this book will be a favorite among children and parents who love dogs and, ultimately, will comfort and encourage children who struggle with feeling accepted and finding friends.

Kids will want to read this whimsical and imaginative story again and again!

I absolutely  enjoyed reading this story to my children.  We all struggle with fitting in at some point in our lives.  It is so easy  for parents to over look this and forget it’s not always easy to make friends.  But…GOD never forgets and he has a very special plan for you and will help you overcome these yucky feelings.  Like Henry Hodges,  God has chosen a special friend just for you!

I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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