You Are Too a Bully!

Abbott Press
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Michael Kim is worried about making friends at his new school, until he meets Jason, a boy his age who lives in the same neighborhood and will be going to the same school. But even with a new friend, Michael faces trouble at the bus stop on the first day of school when a boy named Chuck begins calling him names. Michael is upset, even though all of the other kids encourage him to ignore the boy. Chuck's buddies tell him to quit picking on Michael, but Chuck is sure that he isn't hurting anyone. He's not a bully; he's just having fun. Sensing a problem, Mrs. Murphy, the bus driver, prods Michael and Jason to talk to her, but Michael is afraid he'll be tattling if he tells what Chuck has been doing. Besides, name calling or just scaring someone isn't that bad, is it? Michael faces a very difficult situation. He is being bullied, and he needs to figure out how to handle it. He'd like to pretend he's sick and stay home. What would you do? This book demystifies bullying for children and helps them understand what bullying behavior is. It also helps them understand what to do if they are being bullied. PLEASE NOTE: Free pdf files are available at the author's web site: www.butterfieldstories -- for any school or organization wishing to create an Anti-Bullying Program.
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About the author

MaryAnn Milton Butterfield—inspired by her Great-Grandmother Sarah DeWolf Milton, a columnist for Boston newspapers in the mid-1800s—felt printer’s ink was in her blood and pursued writing nonfiction. She discovered the joy of children’s fiction when a grandson requested that she repeat one of her impromptu bedtime stories. She and her husband, Bob, currently make their home in Virginia.

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Abbott Press
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Published on
Jun 27, 2013
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Juvenile Fiction / General
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This content is DRM protected.
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Eligible for Family Library

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