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Far-Flung Adventures: Hugo Pepper (Paul Stewart) - A brilliantly inventive, fabulously illustrated addition to the Far- Flung Adventures series from the award-winning, bestselling author and illustrator team Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell. Set in the same world as the Fergus Crane and Corby Flood stories, this is the tale of a small boy, Hugo Pepper, and his amazing exploits. Raised in the Frozen North by reindeer herders, his parents eaten by polar bears when he was just a baby, Hugo discovers that the sled they arrived in has a very special compass—one that can be set to "Home." And so Hugo arrives in Firefly Square—to discover a group of very special friends, and a dastardly enemy. With three-toed snowmen, a secret buried treasure, and a host of fabulous stories, this is a fantastic new tale in this series. Recommended for ages 8-12.
Hugo and Miles In I've Painted Everything (Scott Magoon) - What happens when a very creative artist runs out of things to paint? Just runs out—as in, he’s painted everything! Hugo, the artist in question, is in an elephunk, so he and his friend Miles leave Cornville for a whirlwind trip to Paris. They visit museums, parks, and landmarks. So what does happen when a very creative artist runs out of things to paint? Well, he begins to see things in a very different way…Recommended for ages 5-8.
Hugo and the Bully Frogs (Francesca Simon) - Poor Hugo! What can one small frog--with a squeaky little croak--do against a big, bad gang of bullies? Every animal has a suggestion about how he can defend himself, but Hugo is just too timid to do anything. Then bossy Duck comes by with an answer--and the next time the Bullyfrogs appear, they meet quite a different Hugo...Every child who has ever had to put up with a bully will take heart from this clever and reassuring tale. Recommended for ages 3-7.
Hugo and the Really, Really, Really Long String (Bob Boyle) - In a little house on the top of a hill lives a happy little guy named Hugo. When Hugo sees a mysterious red string, he just knows he’s going to find something wonderful at the end of it! Hugo’s journey takes him across the river, underground, and throughout town—all while gathering curious new friends along the way! What does Hugo finally find at the end of the mysterious red string? An embarrassing, hilarious, wonderful surprise! A rhyming refrain and Bob Boyle’s signature animated, geometric art style will entertain readers as they learn about what happens when new friends work toward a common goal. Recommended for ages 3-6.
Hugo Hippo's ABC Fun Book in Africa (Gail A. Porter) - Hugo Hippo and his animal friends introduce children to the geography of Africa, in a colorful and alliterative ABC book. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Hugo's Motorcycle Rescue (Lorette Broekstra) - Hugo, the elephant hero of this series, rollicks along the avenue and waves to passersby, while rocketing up Magic Mountain on his motorcycle. From his view atop the mountain, he sees a rockslide sure to harm his friends in the village, and once again, he is called upon to save the day. Typical of the series, this memorable tale explores themes such as community, bravery, and friendship. Strong colors, bold illustrations, and an exciting yet straightforward plot make this a charming adventure for parents to read to toddlers or for very young readers to tackle independently. Recommended for ages 3-7.
King Hugo's Huge Ego (Chris Van Dusen) - From a master of visual comedy comes the royally satisfying tale of a head swollen out of proportion and a blowhard brought down to earth. Hugo is a tiny king with a very large ego. But when he mistreats a villager who also happens to be a sorceress, the spell she casts causes his head to literally swell. The more he boasts, the bigger it gets, until it finally topples the mini monarch right off his castle! Who will cut this royal pain down to size? And, more important, will anyone live happily ever after? Chris Van Dusen’s hilarious story is matched only by his outrageous illustrations. Together, they make for a picture book that is sometimes fairy tale, sometimes cautionary tale, and always laugh-out loud funny. Recommended for ages 3-6.
The Invention of Hugo Cabret (Brian Selznick) - Orphan, clock keeper, and thief, Hugo lives in the walls of a busy Paris train station, where his survival depends on secrets and anonymity. But when his world suddenly interlocks with an eccentric, bookish girl and a bitter old man who runs a toy booth in the station, Hugo's undercover life (and his most precious secret) are put in jeopardy. A cryptic drawing, a treasured notebook, a stolen key, a mechanical man, and a hidden message from Hugo's dead father form the backbone of this intricate, tender, and spellbinding mystery. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Which Way, Hugo? (Morgan Matthews) - Hugo is an elephant with sore feet tries flying like a bird, hopping like a kangaroo, and digging like a mole as ways of going places; then a turtle gives him some good advice. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Hugo - Hugo Chávez (Venezuelan President); Hugo Boss, (German fashion designer); Hugo Weaving (actor)
Famous People Who Named Their Son Hugo - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Hugo.