“This self-help guide is packed with mind-easing information.” —Carolina Parent
“Attractive format . . . especially accessible to children.”—School Library Journal
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It is a great conversation starter for parents and kids.
That will only make the child being bullied feel that the bullying behavior is being sanctioned and that recourse is out of the question.
Although this book covers an important topic, I found it to alternate between being too serious and too whimsical.
Good book. Only 4 stars because some of the language was a little strong for elementary school kids. Best suited for a middle school class.Published 22 days ago by Green Trees
Bullies ARE a pain, and this book communicates that fact in language that students will be able to understand. I found it very helpful.Published 2 months ago by Marilyn
Good book to learn how to deal with bullies and confrontational situations.Published 6 months ago by GJD
Very well written and certainly suitable for adults. Easy reading and humorous!Published 6 months ago by L. Martinez
And whose kids or grandkids don't deal with bullies these days? Not many is correct.
Bought as a gift for 3 grandkids as an informational tool. Read more
Aroun_b is the first to rate this comment by the first place for you and the other hand and the other hand and the other day that I have been the first time in the brain and the... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Anish
I am using this book with fifth grade boys and they can relate to it and love the humor. It is a great teaching tool whether you are a teacher or a parent.Published 18 months ago by Carol Rains