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Sometimes Jokes Aren't Funny: What to Do About Hidden Bullying (No… (edition 2015)

by Amanda F Doering (Author), Simone Shin (Illustrator)

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"Sensitive, narrative text from illustrated animal characters shows readers what covert bullying is and provides possible solutions to stop it"--
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Title:Sometimes Jokes Aren't Funny: What to Do About Hidden Bullying (No More Bullies)
Authors:Amanda F Doering (Author)
Other authors:Simone Shin (Illustrator)
Info:Picture Window Books (2015), 24 pages
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Sometimes Jokes Aren't Funny: What to Do About Hidden Bullying (No More Bullies) by Amanda F Doering

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In this book, a little pup named Jamie struggles with being the target of a bully's jokes. When his best friends become friends with this bully, Jamie feels very sad and alone. Eventually his friends see the bully for who he really is- a bully- and stop being friends with him and the story has a happy ending. What I liked about this book is that it contains helpful hints on how to deal with a bully and how you shouldn't try to handle a bully on your own, but instead, should tell an adult that you trust. I'd likely utilize this book in a classroom setting, however, I'd look for another book on the topic of bullying to use as well. ( )
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