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The Bully Blockers Club (Albert Whitman Prairie Books (Paperback)) Paperback – January 1, 2004
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1. Ignore Grant.
2. Try being friendly to him.
3. Make a joke out of it.
Thankfully, author Teresa Bateman shows that there's no magic solution to the problem of bullies--none of these methods works. When the parents get into the picture, Dad alerts Lotty's teacher to the problem, and this is a good first step. However, Lotty recognizes that Grants does the bulk of his teasing when adults are NOT around. So she devises a clever plan: She devises a self help "Bully Blockers Club," whose members look out for each other when bully Grant attacks. THey discover that there's strength in numbers, and that adults are quicker to be on the alert when kids work together to point out common problems: "Kids spoke up when they saw something wrong and reached out to anyone who looked lonely" "....The adults were watching too, at lunchtime and at recess and in the halls. After a while Grant didn't seem as big and scary. One morning he even helped Lotty when her backpack spilled." The teacher also changes attitudes towards "tattling," and takes the morning off from math (!Read more ›
Since leaving preschool, my son has grown in confidence and is better prepared to deal with a bully situation. He still enjoys this wonderful book and reads it frequently because of the satisfying and joyful ending.
I think this is a wonderful book for teaching students about bullying. It gives some good tips about what a person should do if they are being bullied (i.e. ignore the bully, tell them to stop, tell an adult). It also shows how bullying makes other people feel. I would highly recommend this book for students in grades K-2. Not only does it teach about bullying, but it is also a good book to teach about the literary elements of conflict, resolution, and theme. The illustrations in this book are wonderful and engaging as well.
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This is a great little story about kids working together to stop bullying without turning into bullies themselves. Read morePublished 11 months ago by AmazonShopper
These books were purchased for Christmas for our granddaughter...she has read all of them and loved each one. Read morePublished 13 months ago by K. I. Davis-Smith
Arrived promptly, no negative feedback from teacher at this time.Published 13 months ago by higginsj