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Posted May 2, 2009
As a teacher, I see this each day. The book "Don't Feed the Bully"
will open the eyes of the reader who does not believe bullying is a
problem today. Bullying is not only found in schools, but can be found
almost anywhere. Brad Tassell adds comedy to the reality of this ongoing
problem. I think this would be a good book to incorporate in the classroom. This book would be a good read for anyone who feels they are the target of a bully.
Posted May 12, 2007
In a nutshell: Don't Feed the Bully is an important self-help book for pre-teens that is cleverly disguised as a hilarious, ficitional novel. Don't Feed the Bully provides practical advice to children on the extremely important topic of bullying. Yet it delivers that advice in a humorous, captivating plot that makes putting the book down nearly impossible. I urge educators to adopt this as required reading for your middle-school children. Doing so would be a major step forward in tackling the serious problem of bullying, which continues to lead to escalating violence in our schools.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 16, 2011
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