Bullies Beware When Brave Friends Dare To Care! __ In "The Treasure-Hunt Three and Judge Mia's Degree," Freddie, Hector and Tish come face-to-face with the all too common issue of bullying, when a school of sharks begins to bully Hector. Rather than running in fear, Hector's friends, Freddie and Tish, immediately seek out the assistance of Officer Muldoon, who quickly takes control of the situation. In the end, everyone realizes the importance of standing up for what is right and that bullying is never right. - - What people are saying about this book: __"I love the fact there is a Judge in this story. Many children are scared silly when it comes to court (and this) story reinforces that a Judge represents fairness...." __ "Bullying is a real challenge children deal with daily and learning to support a friend in need by getting adult help - well all I can say is I LOVE IT !!!" __ "This is the best book in the series so far and the subject is so important for today's kids!"
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Brenda Darnley Martin is an author, humorist, actress and producer/co-host of "Something’s Brewing on the Radio" — a talk show analyzing today’s news from a woman’s point of view. A strong advocate of promoting the art of “learning to play well in the sandbox,”
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The Treasure-Hunt Three And Judge Mia's Decree based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Freddie, Hector and Tish head out to visit the sunken ship the Carrie Lee. On their way there Hector is surrounded by a group of bull sharks. They bully him, calling him names. Freddie and Tish race off to get help. Officer Muldoon, an octopus comes back and arrests them. They go before a judge who pronounces an appropriate sentence. This is a book that kids will identify with. There is so much bullying in schools today. Kids need to know that they can go to someone and that justice will be served. Brenda has done an excellent job of telling this story in a manner that will appeal to young and older kids alike. The illustrator, Rosemary Rowan Tyler did an excellent job of creating beautiful pictures to go along with the story.