BULLY AT AMBUSH CORNER

BULLY AT AMBUSH CORNER

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by Karen Mueller Coombs
     
 

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Every day after school, Tink is waiting at Ambush Corner to use Rocky for a punching bag. He can't tell his parents. His father will order him to stand up for himself and to fight back. His mother, worried that Rocky will break a finger and not be able to play his viola in the upcoming music competition, will forbid him to fight. What neither parent knows is that…  See more details below

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Every day after school, Tink is waiting at Ambush Corner to use Rocky for a punching bag. He can't tell his parents. His father will order him to stand up for himself and to fight back. His mother, worried that Rocky will break a finger and not be able to play his viola in the upcoming music competition, will forbid him to fight. What neither parent knows is that Rocky thinks fighting is stupid and that he has decided to become a pacifist, a secret Rocky is keeping even from his best friend, Mario, who might not approve of Rocky's wish to be peaceable.

Rocky tries all sorts of plans to end the bullying without success, even recruiting his older sister, who steps in only to make the situation worse. Eventually, however, Rocky's music teacher helps him understand Tink's behavior, which gives Rocky a new idea to try, one that might end the daily bullying, gain his father's approval, and still allow him to be a pacifist.

Links to resources about bullying and a Discussion Guide are included.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781618423122
Publisher:
BookBaby
Publication date:
11/01/2011
Series:
Bully at ambush Corner Series
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
110
File size:
558 KB
Age Range:
13 Years

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Bully at ambush Corner 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This bullying book has it all--distinctive characters, intriguing plot with plenty of surprises, a strong ending, plus subtle food for thought. Bullying is in the spotlight nationwide. Bully at Ambush Corner provides a starting point for discussion at home and at school. Back matter includes in-depth questions, plus resources to help kids confront and counter bullying. I loved Rocky, unforgettable in his quest for a peaceable solution to his problem.