Synopses & Reviews
Bullies are mean. Bullies are scary. Bullies are a pain in the brainandmdash;and every child needs to know what to do when confronted by one. This book blends humor with serious, practical suggestions for coping with bullies. Trevor Romain reassures kids that they're not alone and it's not their fault if a bully decides to pick on them. He explains some people are bullies and describes realistic ways to become andquot;Bully-Proof,andquot; stop bullies from hurting others, and get help in dangerous situations. And if bullies happen to read this book, they'll find ideas they can use to get along with others and feel good about themselvesandmdash;without making other people miserable.
Part of the Bully Free Kidsandtrade; line
andldquo;A deceptively simple approach to dealing with a difficult issue faced by millions of children every day.andrdquo;andmdash;School Library Journaland#160;
andldquo;This self-help guide is packed with mind-easing information.andrdquo;and#160; andmdash;Carolina Parent
andldquo;Attractive format . . . especially accessible to children.andrdquo;andmdash;School Library Journal
Every child needs to know how to cope with bullies, and this book blends humor with serious, practical suggestions that will help kids understand, avoid and stand up to bullies while preserving their own self-esteem.
About the Author
When Trevor Romain was 12, his teacher told him he wasn't talented enough to do art. By accident, he found out 20 years later that he could draw. Since that lucky day, he has written and illustrated 20 books for children. In addition to writing, illustrating, and speaking at schools, Trevor is a board member of the Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation and can often be found on the cancer ward at Brackenridge Hospital in Austin, Texas, doing his rounds as andquot;Doctor of Mischief.andquot;