Bully's Best Friend

Bully's Best Friend

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by Emma L Saville
     
 

Austin is just a normal adolescent boy, trying to fit in and be popular, when his worst enemy shows up at his school. Mitchell is one of those automatically popular kids, and for some reason he is intent on making Austin’s life as miserable as possible. He succeeds. But, when they embark on a field trip to the Florida Keys, the true meaning of courage and

Overview

Austin is just a normal adolescent boy, trying to fit in and be popular, when his worst enemy shows up at his school. Mitchell is one of those automatically popular kids, and for some reason he is intent on making Austin’s life as miserable as possible. He succeeds. But, when they embark on a field trip to the Florida Keys, the true meaning of courage and heroism is revealed. This exciting, action packed novel delves deeper into what is really going on inside the minds of the bully and the bullied, and the outcome may surprise you.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045282413
Publisher:
Emma L Saville
Publication date:
09/01/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
409,123
File size:
130 KB
Age Range:
5 - 13 Years

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Meet the Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOREmma is currently working on the exciting sequel to 'The Misanthrope's Mansion', while also tutoring for adult education.She was raised in the exquisite English countryside which she will always call 'home' even though she has now lived in America for half her life. She met her American husband in France over twenty years ago while he was in the Navy and she was a nanny. They currently live in Florida with two rambunctious teenagers and an even more rambunctious Jack Russell!She is passionate about writing - especially when the setting incorporates England, making her feel closer to her roots.

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Bully's Best Friend 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked this 65 page short story. It is more for young people, ages 11-14, then adults. There are some fomating issues, but I think the jumbled up words were a problem with the change over to ebook format, rather then the author's fault. There is bullying, which is an integral part of the plot. All the primary characters are 8th graders. This is a good, clean story. The kids do not curse, which I found refreshing, as many authors seem to be creating a trend for bad langauge use by younger and younger children. There is some child abuse, but this lacked a lot of the horrific detail, it could have had. I archived this book for my two fifth grade grand kids to read. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Soooooo good