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A children's book about teasing (Help…

A children's book about teasing (Help me be good)

by Joy Wilt Berry

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This was a good book to help children who get teased a lot. I bought this from the Friends of the Library and I voluntarily chose to review it. I've given it a 4.5* rating. Lots of useful information for children in here. ( )
  NancyLuebke | May 4, 2018 |
This story is about an older sibling teasing a younger one and how both of them learn to respect each others feelings. It offers some suggestions on how to stop bullying.
Age 4-8 years
Source: Puyallup Public Library
  ellenroth | May 11, 2016 |
This book discusses the issue of teasing. It shows different scenarios and how to not tease. It is a very cool book, because not only does it have text, but the characters have text bubbles to restate what the text was talking about.
  briannawg | Jun 11, 2012 |
A story about a little girl who deals with teasing from her brother.

This book would serve as an acceptable launchpad for a discussion with younger children about teasing. Probably best used to accompany a few other, better books. It's not my favorite, but I did own this series as a child and I did love the books, so I think children will find them entertaining. It gets the point across.
  jebass | Oct 24, 2011 |
This book talks about what teasing is, what kids get teased about, ignoring as a strategy, and making others like you by not teasing. It is illustrated with pictures and dialog boxes that explain things, which help illustrate the text clearly. A very good tool. ( )
  t1bclasslibrary | Jan 27, 2007 |
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Teach children how teasing, when done with the wrong motives, in the wrong place or at the wrong time, can be destructive. Also teaches children how to protect themselves from unwanted teasing.

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