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There could have been a little less cursing in it... otherwise I thought it was really good...life lessons are in the book alsoPublished 15 days ago by Tina Aitala Engblom
Terrible children's book. Shows bullying at its worse but has no lessons or resolutions or good advice. I would like to see Ms. Read morePublished 1 month ago by lovely
Great story about bullying. It brings to light the others involved with the bully; the bystanders and the the ones who participate because they are afraid of the bully. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Roxanna
I read this book as a child and loved it, my girls love it as well! The storyline is very true, unfortunately kids at the "tween" age can be cruel. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jennifer Price
I remember loving this book as a child. I think the last time I read it was in junior high. When I was younger, my mom did not try to censor what I read in any way. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Cynthia Parten
This book has profanity in it! No way not for a children's book is that ever ok. I wrote the publisher.Published 4 months ago by Suzanne N.
I'm not a huge Judy Blume fan, but really like this one. I like that the story is told from the point of view of a bully (though she's not the instigator), and that she is... Read morePublished 5 months ago by HappyBooker
Decided to revisit my preteen days. This book should be required reading fot girls 10-13Published 6 months ago by Julie M Christenson
it was cool because you would think a book about bullieing would be the targets point of view but it's one of the bullies point of viewPublished 6 months ago by queen bee