Wings by Christopher Myers. Ikarus Jackson, the new boy in school, is an outcast because he has wings.
But his resilient spirit inspires one girl to speak up for him in this thought-provoking story about celebrating individuality. Camp Big Paw by Doug Cushman. When a new boy in his second grade class tries to get the other students to play a game that involves saying the meanest things possible to one another, Little Bill shows him a better way to make friends.
Pinky and Rex and the Bully by James Howe. Pinky learns the importance of identity as he defends his favorite color, pink, and his friendship with a girl, Rex, from the neighborhood bully. When the neighborhood bully starts following Willy, Lucy and Kyle around and acting goofy, they suspect that he's been abducted by aliens until Scarface, the parrot, presents another possibility.
Amelia Takes Command by Marissa Moss. After successfully commanding the Discovery shuttle mission at Space Camp, Amelia returns to fifth grade where she deals with the bully who has been making her life miserable. Dweebish, the new teacher at the Bear Country School, tries to explain to the class bully how democracy works. Bad Girls by Jacqueline Wilson. Ten-year-old Mandy must endure torment from three nasty bullies in school, but she finds solace in a new friendship with an older girl. Blubber by Judy Blume.
Jill goes along with the rest of the fifth-grade class in tormenting a classmate and then finds out what it's like when she, too, becomes a target. Boot by Bruce Brooks. Boot, an orphan, dislikes some of the more physical aspects of hockey, but while protecting his younger sister from a bully, he learns that aggression can be appropriate at times.
David is cursed by an elderly woman when he helps his schoolmates steal her cane. He learns that popularity isn't everything with the help of new friends and a very nice girl. Bully-be-Gone by Brian Tacang. Budding-inventor, Millicent Madding, launches her latest invention to disastrous results, and she has only days to create an antidote before the local bullies wreak havoc, and her dearest friendships are destroyed forever.
Efforts to reform an eleven-year-old bully's behavior meet with failure until his performance playing the bugle at a school assembly, a revealing argument with his older sister and a lost fight help him to change both his feelings and his actions. Caught in the Act by Joan Lowery Nixon. Eleven-year-old Michael Patrick Kelly from New York City is sent to a foster home, a Missouri farm with a sadistic owner, a bullying son and a number of secrets, one of which may be murder.
Clever Tortoise leads the other jungle animals in teaching bullying Elephant and Hippopotamus a lesson by tricking them into engaging in a tug of war with each other. Cockroach Cooties by Laurence Yep.
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Cougar by Helen V. Starting a new life on a farm in the country, Nickel has to adjust to the attentions of a local bully and the appearances of a ghost horse that was supposed to have died in a fire. Crash by Jerry Spinelli. Seventh-grader John "Crash" Coogan has always been comfortable with his aggressive behavior, until his relationship with an unusual Quaker boy and his grandfather's stroke make him consider the meaning of friendship and the importance of family.
Dudes, the School is Haunted! When the most timid boy in Rotten School's fourth grade becomes the target of its biggest bully, Bernie Bridges decides to fight brawn with brains by convincing the bully that a ghost is out to get him. Eye of the Great Bear by Bill Wallace. The bullies called him coward. Even his brothers thought eleven-year-old Bailey Trumbull was scared of his own shadow.
The Field of the Dogs by Katherine Paterson.
Josh, who has just moved to Vermont with his mother, stepfather and new baby brother, must deal with the bullying of a neighbor boy. On top of that, he discovers that his dog, whom he hears talking with other dogs, is also facing a bully of his own. Frankenbug by Steven Cousins. Inspired by the movie Frankenstein, bug-lover Adam Cricklestein decides to create a monster bug that will protect him from the school bully, Jeb McAllister.
Janie's parents move to the suburbs so she can go to a better school, but when she discovers that all the other students are richer than she is, she feels out of place until she realizes that there are more important things than money. The Girls by Amy Goldman Koss.
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Each of the girls in a middle-school clique reveals the strong, manipulative hold one of the group exerts on the others and the hurt and self-doubt that it causes them. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J. Rescued from the outrageous neglect and bullying of his aunt, uncle and cousin, a young boy with a great destiny proves his worth while attending Hogwarts School for Wizards and Witches. Hello, Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle by Betty MacDonald. A woman with a magic way of curing children's bad habits tries her hand with a bully, a whisperer and a slowpoke and formulates cures for a show-off and a crybaby.
When Robbie York is marked as a target by a bully at school, he decides that the only way to survive the third grade is by being cool. The Hundred Dresses by Eleanor Estes. None of her classmates pay much attention to Wanda Petronski until she announces she has dresses in her closet. Everyone laughs and teases her so much that she stops coming to school.
Then, her classmates discover she really does have dresses and discover something about teasing and themselves. Indigo's Star by Hilary McKay. Spurred on by his youngest sister, Rose, twelve-year-old Indigo sticks up for himself and an American boy who has replaced him as the primary target of the school bullies. No one believes eleven-year-old Joey, who has a reputation for telling tall tales, when he claims to have witnessed the kidnapping of the class bully outside their expensive New York City private school.
Louise Takes Charge by Stephen Krensky. Marvin Redpost: Why Pick on Me? A small incident during recess threatens to turn nine-year-old Marvin into the outcast of his third-grade class. With help from Adam, a boy in her third grade class, Lilley gains enough confidence to stand up to the school bus bully, Mean Maureen Green.
Mighty Boy by Carol Sonenklar. When he has the chance to meet his hero, television character Mighty Boy, Howard Weinstein discovers his own strengths that help him handle a bully in his new fourth grade class. The Monster's Ring by Bruce Coville. A timid boy, eager to frighten the school bully on Halloween night, acquires a magic ring and the power to change himself into a hideous monster. Twelve-year-old Wally, a computer whiz who is a "walking disaster area," ends up in a competition with the bully of Camp Whacka-Whacka, and when they find themselves fighting for their lives, Wally realizes that even his worst enemy needs God.
With the help of his good friend and her three-legged dog, Leftovers, ten-year-old Keath learns how to handle the class bully and deal with being the only white boy in his class. A fifth grade class, repelled by the overweight new student who has serious home problems, finally learns to accept her. Owen Foote, Frontiersman by Stephanie Greene. Second grader Owen Foote is looking forward to spending time with his friend Joseph in their tree fort, until some bullies visiting his neighbor, Mrs.
Gold, threaten to wreck the fort. Racing the Past by Sis Deans. After the death of his abusive father, eleven-year-old Ricky tries to help his younger brother deal with his residual fears and discovers that running helps him deal with his own anger and the taunts of a bullying classmate. Snowboard Maverick by Matt Christopher. Having just begun to learn how to snowboard, thirteen-year-old Dennis faces a frightening challenge when he allows a bully to shame him into racing on a difficult slope. Stepping on the Cracks by Mary Downing Hahn.
In , while her brother is overseas fighting in World War II, eleven-year-old Margaret gets a new view of the school bully Gordy when she finds him hiding his own brother, an army deserter and decides to help him. Sticky Beak by Morris Gleitzman. When Rowena, who is mute, rescues a pet cockatoo from the class bully, she begins to make sense of her feelings about the new baby her father and stepmother are expecting.
Three Rotten Eggs by Gregory Maguire. The students of Miss Earth's class in rural Vermont experience an eventful spring when they become involved with a bullying new student, a competitive egg hunt, and genetically altered chicks. In Mississippi in the early s ten-year-old David Logan's family generously shares their well water with both white and black neighbors in an atmosphere of potential racial violence. Wringer by Jerry Spinelli. As Palmer comes of age, he must either accept the violence of being a wringer at his town's annual Pigeon Day or find the courage to oppose it.
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Blackwater by Eve Bunting. When a boy and girl are drowned in the Blackwater River, thirteen-year-old Brodie must decide whether to confess that he may have caused the accident. Catalyst by Laurie Halse Anderson. Eighteen-year-old Kate, who sometimes chafes at being a preacher's daughter, finds herself losing control in her senior year as she faces difficult neighbors, the possibility that she may not be accepted by the college of her choice and an unexpected death.
A high school freshman discovers the devastating consequences of refusing to join in the school's annual fund raising drive and arousing the wrath of the school bullies. Double Dutch by Sharon M. Three eighth-grade friends, preparing for the International Double Dutch Championship jump rope competition in their home town of Cincinnati, Ohio, cope with Randy's missing father, Delia's inability to read, and Yo Yo's encounter with the class bullies.
After being marooned on a desert island, a group of English school boys begin to degenerate into a state of anarchy and near madness. New Boy by Julian Houston. As a new sophomore at an exclusive boarding school, a young black man is witness to the persecution of another student. About AbeBooks. Other Popular Editions of the Same Title. Puffin, Softcover. Search for all books with this author and title. Customers who bought this item also bought. Stock Image. Published by Carolrhoda Books New Hardcover Quantity Available: 1.
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