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Stomp Out the Bullying!

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About the Story
Mikey lies awake in bed at night because he is worried about what is going to happen in school the next day. Mikey's frustration grows and he almost makes a wrong decision, because he listens to a friend. Finally, Mikey learns that his teacher, Mr. Jones, can do more than teach math.
About the Author
Angel McGowan is a fifteen-year old junior at JL Mann Hig
Paperback, 30 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Outskirts Press
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Sandra Stiles
As a teacher I see bullying on a daily basis. I try really hard to stop it when I see it. This book is simple yet speaks volumes. Mike hates going to school each day because he is bullied on the bus and at school. He tries to get his friends who are bullying to join him in standing up against the bullies. This seems like a great idea until the bullies come in. Mike is left alone and ends up on the bathroom floor. He finally is given the opportunity to let a teacher know. The teacher is the one w ...more
This was a great children's book letting kids know about bullying and how to deal with it. It explains how fighting and running away only adds fuel to the flames and that you should advise a trusted adult of your situation.

I loved that this was a story geared towards a smaller childs point of view because bullying needs to be identified and "stomped out" at an earlier age before it becomes a bigger problem.
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