-- Fred the monkey is being bullied and is keeping it a SECRET --
When Jason Brown moves to town he is lonely but does not know how to make friends. Instead he starts picking on Fred who is much smaller than him. Fred does not want to snitch and does not tell on Jason. But when Fred stops playing outside his friends figure out the reason. Fred's friends teach him that sometimes 'telling' is the right thing to do and even heroic because it protects everybody. The story of Fred and Jason is told in rhymes and is accompanied by beautiful illustrations that are sure to entertain.
Purchase the book so you may visit Monkeyville and meet Fred the monkey and his pals, Mighty Paul, Hairy Bill, Little Lizzy, Jodi, Ted, and Jason Brown.
Note to parents: A Bully in Monkeyville provides a great opportunity to discuss with your children the very pertinent and important subject of bullying.
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.08(d)|
About the Author
A Bully in Monkeyville is Ari Mazor's second published book. His first children's book, Clothes Have Feelings Too! Charlie Learns to Care for His Things deals with cleanliness, neatness and putting things where they belong. Ari's first literary effort was so well received it motivated him to continue writing for children and to address in his books issues that are pertinent and important to young readers.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
There was nothing that I didn’t LOVE about “A Bully In Monkeyville.” The story was so touching when I read it out loud it filled me with tears of joy. The writing was smooth and clever and yet so sweet. It perfectly made it’s point. It was like poetry for children but with a very big message. Every child should read this book and I know every parent will fall in love with this story too. I believe children will find this book entertaining while learning a valuable message. Bullying is a very relevant subject and in this book it is being shared in a beautiful way. And let’s not forget the wonderful colorful illustrations. Perfection. I would highly recommend “A Bully In Monkeyville.” Even though I do not have children I feel blessed to have read this lovely tale. Very impressive!! Even more learning that this story was written by 16-year-old Ari. This was one of the nicest children’s book that I have read.