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The Anti-Bully Machine (TreeTops - Oxford Reading Tree)

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In 'The Anti-Bully Machine' Steve knows only too well that his school has its fair share of bullies. Meatball's the worst. But then genius new boy Neil Gregory arrives and things start to change. 'TreeTops Fiction' contains engaging novels from top authors and illustrators with the variety children need to develop a love of reading!
Paperback, 64 pages
Published March 25th 1999 by Oxford University Press (first published 1999)
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There is a bully in the school. Who's the worst? 1 day there was a genius or an ordinary child. He is going to teach the bully a lesson. But how? He is a tough one.
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Paul Shipton (born 1963) is an award-winning children's author.

He was born in Manchester and attended Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and Manchester University. After completing two Masters' degrees (in Classics and Philosophy), he taught English in Istanbul for a year. After returning to the UK, he taught English as a foreign language for several years, and it was around this time that he published
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