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The Little Bully
This title covers these subjects: Bullies -- Fiction., Schools -- Fiction., Friendship -- Fiction.
The Little Bully
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The Little Bully

Billy is a nice boy who likes school until he encounters a bully named Fred.

Reading LevelGrades K-3
Interest LevelGrades PreK-1
Lexile Level470L
ATOS Level2.3
AR Points2.3
AR Quiz #149291
PublisherPicture Window Books
BrandLittle Boost
Page Count32
Capstone Interactive eBook
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Central Michigan University Public Radio’s “The Children’s Bookshelf” program - Pamela S. Gates

"The Little Bully is a playful, but poignant way for young readers to think about their behavior, taking responsibility for their actions, and the importance of friendship Beth Bracken provides a delightful tale about an important message against bullying, while Jennifer Bell creates expressive illustrations that extend the narrative for young readers." - Central Michigan University Public Radio’s “The Children’s Bookshelf” program

July 21, 2012

School Library Journal - Gay Lynn Van Vleck, Henrico County Library, Glen Allen, VA

"At school, Fred the mouse constantly mocks Billy the beaver’s wardrobe and accomplishments. When Billy comes to realize that Fred’s antics cover up his own insecurities, he stands up to an insult and threatens to stop playing with Fred if he persists. Fearing social exclusion due to Billy’s popularity, Fred mends his ways and befriends him. Bell’s autumnal palette and large cartoon figures make this title an appropriate read-aloud. When Lacey’s incessant chatter is halted by laryngitis, the little owl experiences the benefits of her silence. Homework gets done, she realizes that her buddy tells great jokes, and she actually hears a movie. After her health returns, Lacey still talks a lot, but “listens sometimes,” a realistic conclusion. Watson’s cartoon animals and very pink cover design should draw in readers who will find Lacey charming, despite her babbling beak. These stories’ simplicity allows them to serve as introduction to common challenges." - School Library Journal

January 1, 2013



Mom's Choice LLC

2012 Mom's Choice Awards, Gold

April 1, 2012

Beth Bracken

Beth Bracken

Beth Bracken's books have been translated into multiple languages, and her picture books have won the 2011 Creative Child Award; the 2012 Eric Hoffer Book Award Grand Prize; and the 2013 Mom's Choice Gold Award. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with her husband, Steve, and their children. When she's not reading, writing, or editing books, Beth spends most of her time knitting endlessly while watching reruns of old TV shows and drinking lots of tea.

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