Bully Free Bee
"Oh poor me, I am a terribly bullied bee. It hurts me through and through. . . I do not know what to do." Bubbles Bumblebee, Fancy's new friend, said "We will put this bullying to an end!" This charming story helps children learn to overcome bullying by working through issues of self-esteem, talking to adults, and learning the value of friendship.
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Presents general information about giant pandas, the dangers that they face that threaten their survival as a species, and the wor...k that is done to protect them. read more
This book was originally published prior to 1923, and represents a reproduction of an important historical work, maintaining the s...ame format as the original work. While some publishers have opted to apply OCR (optical character recognition) technology to the process, we believe this leads to sub-optimal results (frequent typographical errors, strange characters and confusing formatting) and does not adequately preserve the historical character of the original artifact. We believe this work is culturally important in its original archival form. While we strive to adequately clean and digitally enhance the original work, there are occasionally instances where imperfections such as blurred or missing pages, poor pictures or errant marks may have been introduced due to either the quality of the original work or the scanning process itself. Despite these occasional imperfections, we have brought it back into print as part of our ongoing global book preservation commitment, providing customers with access to the best possible historical reprints. We appreciate your understanding of these occasional imperfections, and sincerely hope you enjoy seeing the book in a format as close as possible to that intended by the original publisher. read more
Ava Eats Avocados is the third book of the Read & Eat Series, a children’s book series created by a Registered Dietitian to introd...uce children to nutrition and healthy eating through reading. In Ava Eats Avocados, Ava picks avocados from an avocado tree as she learns about all the wonderful nutrients in avocados. Ava and Mom use the avocados they pick to make delicious guacamole for lunch. After learning about all the healthy ingredients in guacamole, Ava enjoys a delicious lunch with her mom. read more
★"This tightly paced narrative soars." --Kirkus Reviews (starred review)★ "Big laughs through pratfalls & other physical comedy." ...--Publisher's Weekly (starred review)A Junior Library Guild Selection 2017 Owl has a balloon. Monkey does not. What will happen next? Hint: this is not a book about sharing. "That red balloon matches my shiny red tie," says Monkey. "I'd look fancy walking to school with a shiny red balloon. The only thing I've ever wanted, since right now, is a shiny, big red balloon. It would make me SO HAPPY!" But Owl does not want to give it to him. So Monkey tries to find something that Owl wants: a teddy bear, a robot, a picture of TEN balloons. Owl does not want any of these things. But then, Monkey offers him...a sock! Hmmmmm...Owl is intrigued. Will he trade his shiny red balloon with Monkey? read more
Be Bully Free with Officer B is the story of Naomi, a 3rd grader at Gibson Elementary who is being bullied by a classmate. With th...e help of Officer B she enlists her class to be bully free. read more
Pages: 32, Paperback, Xlibris, Corp.
Carson-Dellosa Publishing is a leading educational solutions provider for both parents and teachers. We provide educational workbo...oks, classroom decoratives, flash cards, pocket charts, games and mani- SKU: ZX9EDRE20149 read more
DAZZLE STICKERS BEES 75-PK ACID & LIGNIN FREE
When first-grader Roscoe discovers that his stuffed pig is missing from his backpack, he accuses the class bully of "pig-napping" ...and gets even by taking the bully's teddy bear. read more
Two separate plays teach about two types of bullies: The Playground Bully and the Mean Girl Bully. An in-depth teachers guide is i...ncluded on CD along with two puppet plays, discussion ideas and follow up activities. Written by a published and licensed school counselor with years of experience in this issue. 5 puppets, CD with puppet plays and teachers guide.CD with puppet plays and teacher's guide. read more
Even bullies can learn to share.
What is a baby bee to do when he can't touch or eat pollen in flowers that are yellow or blue? Find out in this tale about HumFree... the bee as he learns how to fly safely with a food allergy! HumFree shows us that if he avoids his food allergens and sticks to flowers that are safe, he can have just as much fun with his friends and still fly super fast! HumFree's story is an empowering tale of awareness and inclusion for children with food allergies so they believe it is possible to do what they love while staying safe. A portion of the books proceeds will be dedicated to supporting the food allergy community. read more
Have you ever been bitten by the belly bug bully? If you have, you know it's a terrible time. Your body temperature rises and you ...run a fever. Your tummy hurts and grumbles and you can't even eat. And you certainly cannot play. Sometimes the belly bug bully will get you even when you remember to wash your hands. That's exactly what happens to the kid in this story. When bitten by the belly bug bully, this child just doesn't understand why. With hands always washed and Mom always obeyed, it seems like the belly bug bully would have no power. But when the child's tummy starts to rumble, there's no mistaking what's going on. Now the child has two options to choose from: let the belly bug bully ruin the day, or listen to what Mom and the doctor have to say. If it were you, what would you do? read more
Don't be a bully or be bullied either. Both are not right to do. Guide your children away from bullying with this story about Jaco...b and Josie, who teach it's better to be kind than to be mean. Kids will enjoy the bright, fun illustrations and a kid-friendly story that will show them how to respond to bullying. No one likes to be bullied, no one big or small. Everyone's important--important one and all! read more
I was inspired to write this book, when I started to notice many kids not feeling good about themselves, because of negative peer ...pressure/bullying. Sometimes, kids can be mean to other kids. This is when we should focus on loving ourselves, and ignoring the negative, challenging situations that may come our way. Layla the ladybug is another example on how we should handle the negative remarks from our peers. Just "smile", and let it go in one ear out the other. read more
Olivia The Bully tells the story of Olivia the Rabbit, a third grader who has never had a true friend before and takes her anger a...nd frustration out on her classmates and teachers at school by being the class bully. After being caught stealing and being suspended from school for a week, Olivia encounters Oreo the Panda who is new to the neighborhood. Over the course of her punishment, she gets to know and befriends Oreo, learning valuable lessons about friendship and her past behavior. Olivia stands up for her new friend, makes amends for her past behavior and not only learns, but goes on to teach the value of friendship. read more
NO BULLYING 12PK MOTIVATIONAL FUN PENCILS
IN-5/1774 Anti-Bullying Pencils by Fun ExpressAnti-Bullying Pencils. Remind students to say no to bullying. Pencils have #2 lead. ...Assorted. Wood. (2 dozen per unit) 7 1/2" read more
Rhyming book about a reformed bully named Baxter.
Every kid knows a bully like Milton. He is mean and hurtful to others as often as possible. But, what if a kid like this can chang...e? What dramatic events will it take? Discover what a difference a few Martians or aliens can make? read more
Godfrey and the School Bully is a wonderful action-packed book about a giraffe about to begin his third grade year at Tumble Town ...Elementary. On his first day of school, Godfrey meets up with the school bully, Danny. The situation gets worse as the school day continues and poor Danny encounters a tragic mishap. What will happen to Danny? How does Godfrey end up becoming the hero? read more
"Hey, can I have a bite?!"Having just moved, Bilal is a new student at Curiously Complex Elementary School. He's excited to start ...the 4th grade, but it turns out that there is a big bully at this school, one who likes to eat a bite of other kids' lunches. Wally Wannabite certainly lives up to his last name! And being bigger than the other kids, no one has the appetite to stand up to him. How will Bilal deal with this situation? Will he use his Karate skills, hide underneath the lunch table, or find a peaceful solution? Find out how Bilal handled the bully, and if he came out of this in one piece. Bilal and the Big Bully is an essential addition to any school library. Educators can utilize this book as a teaching tool when discussing lessons on bullying, diversity, and respect. The main character is a minority. The book also touches on bullying from the bully's perspective.This story is about 2000 words long. It is written for ages 7-11, but suitable for all ages. read more
This novel has been written to acknowledge the existence of discrimination and bullying in the society we live in. To those who fe...el they are target or victims of discrimination and bullying, it is never too late to stop it. Seek help from those who can help you stop the ordeal. To those who are not consciously aware that they discriminate and bully, enjoying the fun of being idolized by friends who fearfully look up on your domineering attitude, it is never too late to change. The author portrays in her story the negative impact of these two-misplaced attitude by narrating stories of several victims who requested anonymity to avoid any further conflict and controversy. Let’s continue the journey and as we read, we can examine the difference and similarity of discrimination and bullying and how it affects people and members of the community as well. read more