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The story is about a robotic dog named Digit. Digit, the robotic dog, helps to stop bullying at the Zipper Elementary School by rolling down the hallways in the school, monitoring the children. Digit is a special dog because he teaches children not to bully each other in school. Digit carries a red toolbox kit that teaches children about positive behavior, role models, rules and discipline, being kind and helpful to each other, and he teaches children how to deal with problems about bullying in school. Digit teaches children to be friendly, to share, and to say please and thank you. But most of all, he teaches them to have a positive outlook on life. Digits red toolbox kit also contains special rewards for those children who are well behaved in and out of school. Digit says, Bullying hurts! It hurts us all. Stop bullying now!
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About the Author
Sophia Z. Domogala, Ed.D, author of Buzzin' with Kindness, a children’s book about bullying in the classroom, grew up on Long Island, New York. She is a resident of Eatontown, New Jersey, for over forty years. She earned her master’s degree and bachelor’s degree from Hofstra University, New York, and received a doctorate degree from Nova Southeastern University, Florida. She completed her postgraduate work at Monmouth University, West Long Branch, New Jersey, and did her course work in school law, St. Peters University and Georgian Court University in New Jersey. She served as a banking business consultant and pursued a career in the public education field as a special education teacher, preschool teacher, elementary teacher, middle school teacher, principal, curriculum coordinator, and director of preschool. She enjoys arts, music, theater, traveling, and cooking. She enjoys arts, music, theater, traveling, and cooking. She is a member of the Stanford Who’s, Black Book; Manchester Who’s Who for Executives Professional Women’s Book, as well as member of the NJPSA and the National Association of Elementary/Secondary Schools Principals. She was nominated for a Presidential Award in education.