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"Best suited for reading aloud, this picture book addresses the problem of bullying at school."
School Library Journal
"Picture books about bullying are not uncommon, but this one is unusual in at least two respects."
"Nobody Knew What to Do" provides readers with basic strategies for dealing with bullies and encourages children and adults to work together to make sure that bullying doesn't happen. At the same time, the book will serve as a catalyst for teaching tolerance and understanding.See all Editorial Reviews
What a great book to have in my classroom library to deal with bullies. I would suggest this to all elementary teachers.Published 3 months ago by Lilly 1st
Loved this book. Well illustrated and well written. I have purchased several of these books to share with my Grandkids preschool!Published 17 months ago by dc
This will be a good discussion starter in my class as we talk about bullying and character building in my 2nd grade class.Published on July 8, 2013 by J. Watson
The story about bullying is very simple. It doesn't provide enough information for a kid to understand why he has been bullied. It should explain about the bully. Read morePublished on September 18, 2012 by Kindle Customer
This book is a quick read and would make a strong impact on students in grades K-3; beyond that grade level, the book is a little simplistic.
The contents are great. Read more
I bought this book for my children, I want them to know that there are people in the world who will do and say things to hurt to in order to feel better about theselves. Read morePublished on May 24, 2011 by LaTasha