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Digit: Robot Dog Stops Bullying at School

3.50  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  5 reviews
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, rul ...more
Paperback, 24 pages
Published December 17th 2016 by Xlibris
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Etienne
Apr 04, 2019 rated it it was ok
I respect what this book try to accomplish but at the same time I honestly can’t say it did it good. Every aspect of the execution is wrong. The message is way over the story, I said it many time I’m not a fan of those one page text one page illustration kind of book, be more creative, do some better, more original space/page organization, the illustration have an amateur look to it. I give two stars for the positive message, but you have to work harder to polish the final editing when publishin ...more
Pat Eroh
Apr 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Digit is an awesome robot dog that reminds children about behavior. Ingenious because though we attempt to teach this in our schools, even bringing in fun programs to help, the kids still make fun of those who are different and still bully others. It is sad because these are normally good kids caught up in a mean game. Anyway, the book is really good for kids.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
DarkRaven Reviews
Apr 07, 2019 rated it it was ok
I appreciate the message behind the book but this is not a story, it's a description of the dog throughout the book and the message behind him. There are no other characters and no storyline. I also find the illustration of the dog really disturbing. He looks mean, not child-friendly at all. I'd give this book a solid miss if I were you.
 Reading Reindeer Cobwebbed
Apr 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A sweet and well-intentioned children's picture-and-text book promoting kindness, generosity, and friendship in favor of stopping bullying in school and out. The robot dog Digit reminds and teaches schoolchildren of proper values to practice and provides fun learning activities.
***Book Lady ***
This children's book was extremely repetitive, and the illustrations were very basic. Some of the pictures of Digit were pretty scary, with large teeth. I gave this book two stars for the message of "No bullying allowed" and that bullying will not be tolerated. That is definitely a subject that needs to be highlighted more!
Destiny Brown
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Brenda Knight
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Tatty
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Jul 09, 2020
Dr. Sophia Z. Domogala, (Doctorate in Education) , grew up on Long Island, attended Uniondale High school, New York and a resident of Eatontown, New Jersey for over 40 years. Dr Sophia Z. Domogala. Earned a Master’s of Arts degree, and Bachelor’s degree from Hofstra University, New York, and received Doctorate degree from Nova Southeastern University, Florida, in Educational Leadership. In additio ...more

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