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When a bully starts stealing Henry's soccer ball at recess, the little mouse doesn't know what to do. He tries to ask his teacher for help, and his mom, too. But soon Henry realizes he's got to find his own way to solve his bully problem. .
It's a hot, hot day and Snail invites her new friend Slug into her home for some iced tea--who knew that a snail's shell is so roomy! When the two decide to have a picnic outside in the shade, a big mean ol' banana slug demands that they fork over their lettuce! But with a little bit of courage, friendship, and a dash of salt, the pair will find the strength they need to stand up to him.
Ben rides his new bicycle the very, very long way to school but Adrian Underbite, perhaps the world's largest third-grader, takes the bike anyway and later, when Ben finds Adrian in trouble, he must decide whether or not to help the larcenous bully.
Eliza meets new-girl Lainey: artistically talented, poorly dressed, and ostracized by classmates. Although at first Eliza does nothing, she eventually stands up to the bullies and helps Lainey to experience her own sense of self-worth.
In school Kyle's persistent bullying is making Thomas feel like a nobody, and he needs help from his classmates and adults to understand and recapture his self-esteem--but Kyle needs help too. Includes activities for children and information on recognizing and preventing bullying for adults.
Lila's excited to make friends at her new school, but when a boy makes fun of the color of her hair, skin, and eyes, constantly comparing her to a crow, Lila is filled with sadness. She sees a crow in her neighborhood, and at first, she resents it. But when she takes a closer look one day, she notices the beautiful gleam of its feathers, and when it's time to make a costume for the Halloween-like fall festival, she comes up with the perfect plan.
Alley oops explores the painful and embarrassing aftermath of name calling and bullying, from the perspective of the bully. It's a story about hurt and anger, empathy and hope, resilience and ingenuity.
The girl in this story sees it happening, but she would never do these mean things herself. Then one day something happens that shows her that being a silent bystander isn't enough. Will she take some steps on her own to help another kid?
Through a series of letters a boy, his parents, and others discuss Camp Wannaleavee, the camp bully, and Plantzilla, who has been forbidden to come but misses his caretaker and arrives in time to become the camp hero.
Instead of the jump rope Yoon wants, her mother gives her a book about a girl who outwits a tiger and a beautiful jade bracelet that was once her own. At school, an older girl asks lonely Yoon to let her borrow the bracelet. When the bully refuses to return it, Yoon, like the girl who outwitted the tiger, uses her quick thinking to recover her treasure.
Felix has a new best friend! With take-charge Fiona, anything seems possible, and before Felix knows it, she sweeps him into singing and dancing with her as pixies in the Guinea Pig Jubilee talent show. But right after Felix's first-prize triumph, trouble waits in the wings. With a little help from Fiona, can Felix find a magic key that unlocks the secret to standing up--to anyone?