In BUSTER THE BULLY, you will understand that there's hope for a young bully with low self-esteem. You will see how a tornado, a smart, kind kid and a safe supportive school environment can change the way a bully acts and feels. This story poem will promote class and family discussions about bullying. A bibliography about tornadoes and anti-bullying provides additional resources for teachers, parents and young readers.
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Andrea Antico worked as a school librarian/media specialist in Colorado and for the Department of Defense School System in Bad Kreuznach, Germany and Atsugi, Japan. She has a B.A. from the University of Texas and a M.L.S. from the University of Denver. Andrea has written several educational articles and authored a teacher-resource book about writing book reports. BUSTER THE BULLY is her first children s book. She currently resides in Denver, Colorado and substitutes for the Aurora Public Schools where she worked for twenty-one years.Review:
Mrs. Antico's delightful, rhyming story reminds us that it's never too early to learn about bullies---and a little about the weather. Ruth Windmiller, retired principal and library/media specialist --book jacket
A children's anti-bullying story poem that will hold a special place in my heart and library. How wonderful to have this tool to help children find peaceful solutions to conflicts! Gina Abegg, director, Parker, CO. Montessori School --book jacket
Wonderful illustrations in a book that shows how bullies are sometimes bullies because they are fearful and friendless. Carol Moreno, PBIS consultant (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) Aurora Public Schools, CO. --book jacket
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Book Description Everbest Printing, 2013. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Virginia L. Small (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M0989306402