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Lucy and the Bully by Clair Alexander

Lucy and the Bully

by Clair Alexander

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Lucy and the Bully is about a young sheep named Lucy, she is being bullied by a bull named Tommy. She was afraid to tell anybody but finally she tells her mother. Her mother helps her out and tells the teacher so that the teacher could talk to Tommy's parents. In the end, Lucy and the Bully became friends at the end.
  chloethom1818 | May 1, 2016 |
In the first pages of the book, Daniel G. Gill a Staff Therapist at the Family Institute at Northwestern University writes a note to parents and teachers about handeling bullying. He advises to share stories that address the topic to stregnthen a feelin of safety against bullies. The story is about Lucy and how she loves school until Tommy begins to break her things and threatens her if she tells. The book has colorful illustrations and helps students to learn what to do when they are bullied. ( )
  ydraughon | Jun 10, 2012 |
Lucy is being picked on at school by Tommy. She goes home every day a little more sad until she finally tells her mom about the situation who addresses the teacher with the issue. Lucy is no longer of afraid of the bully and eventually befriends him. A good story to use with younger students regarding bullying. ( )
  destinymbruner | Jun 4, 2012 |
This is a story about a young sheep named Lucy who is being bullied by a bully who is a bull named Tommy. She is intimidated and afraid to tell anyone. She makes excuses for the lost and broken things destroyed by Tommy. Eventually she tells her mother who in turn tells the teacher Mrs. Goosie who then tells Tommy’s mother. At the end they become friends despite how Tommy treated Lucy.
  DavidFrank | Feb 18, 2011 |
This story is about a bully, who is actually a bull that is not nice to Lucy the lamb. The bully crushes Lucy's artwork and makes her very upset. She finally tells her mom about it and the bully is nice to her. They become friend in the end.

This story made me sad to think that kids may be experiencing these situations. I also felt it made a good connection with the way other children may feel and how they can fix the problem.

This book can be used in the classroom by talking about the class rules and being kind to others. The class can explain ways to help other classmates who seem to be having difficulty with a subject.
  MacKAdams | Jul 5, 2010 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0807547867, Hardcover)

Lucy is good at drawing and making things at school. But there's a bully at school, and he's very mean to Lucy. She can't tell anyone the bully rips her books and breaks her things, because he told her not to--or else! What can Lucy do?

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When a mean classmate in preschool wrecks Lucy's artwork, she discovers that they can be friends once he stops being jealous of her.

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