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One Bad Thing
     

One Bad Thing

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by John Goff
 
When Peter I. Gallagher, AKA Pig, arrived at Lincoln Middle School, Max Kingsley greets him with his well known, "this is my school" speech. But after watching Max tease and humiliate kids ever since the second grade, it becomes the final straw for bystander John Fogg.
When John confronts Max, he challenges John to do "One Bad Thing" and he will stop bullying kids

Overview

When Peter I. Gallagher, AKA Pig, arrived at Lincoln Middle School, Max Kingsley greets him with his well known, "this is my school" speech. But after watching Max tease and humiliate kids ever since the second grade, it becomes the final straw for bystander John Fogg.
When John confronts Max, he challenges John to do "One Bad Thing" and he will stop bullying kids forever.
Intrigued by the deal, John sets out to find the one thing he can do to "save" the school from the wrath of Max and is faced with challenges he never expected.
Mental courage and self respect are some of the most valuable lessons to teach youth. Facing bullies is often a child's first experience with this type of courage demanding situation. One Bad Thing is an opportunity for students to explore the mental skills and confidence that will help them make healthy choices.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780977373840
Publisher:
Bryson Taylor Publishing
Publication date:
09/15/2008
Pages:
108
Product dimensions:
9.00(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.26(d)
Age Range:
8 - 12 Years

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One Bad Thing 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an excellent book to teach children not only how to deal with bullies and what bullies are, but also to be happy with yourself. I learn of this book from a friend and bought it for my two middle schoolers. They thought it was one of the best books they have ever read. To my amazement their older bother and sister, high schoolers, pick it up read it and liked it also. I can not recommend this book highly enough, if you are looking for a good read for your middle schoolers.