The Juice Box Bully: Empowering Kids To Stand Up For Others
  • The Juice Box Bully: Empowering Kids To Stand Up For Others
  • The Juice Box Bully: Empowering Kids To Stand Up For Others
  • The Juice Box Bully: Empowering Kids To Stand Up For Others
  • The Juice Box Bully: Empowering Kids To Stand Up For Others
  • The Juice Box Bully: Empowering Kids To Stand Up For Others
ISBN: 1933916729
EAN13: 9781933916729
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 30, 2010
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 8.8" L x 8.6" W
Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Format: Mass Market Paperbound

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Book Overview

Have you ever seen a bully in action and done nothing about it? The kids at Pete's new school get involved, instead of being bystanders. When Pete begins to behave badly, his classmates teach him about The Promise. Will Pete decide to shed his bullying habits and make The Promise?

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5
   Recommend as part of a bullying awareness lesson or anti-bullying curriculum.
This book did not inspire my class to be unpleasant tattle stories or over-righteous, but helped them understand that they shouldn't be scared to say something when you see unpleasant things happen to someone else. It also had the redemption of the bully by explaining why he did it in a way that made sense. After reading this, our class signed anti-bullying pledges, which are posted on our classroom wall. If we see something going on, we will speak up, even if it is just a grown up, as it does not suggest doing anything drastic that would land you in any trouble... Good advice for realistic situations.
 
5
   Fantastic Character Ed Book
This book is great for Ed's character education in bullying. It has a very cute oath that I love to hand over to my students after reading it. The children are very amused by story and it allows them to reflect on their own experiences. I read it to my fourth graders and make a complete leak out of this book. This book is great for Ed's character education. The children are very amused by story and it allows them to reflect on their own experiences. I read it to my fourth graders and make a complete leak out of this book. Julia Cook has a wonderful collection of books by Henry James. Highly recommended!
 
5
   A different slant on bullying
Most character education programs I have observed read about focus on establishing high expectations for student behavior and appropriate interventions by the teacher. Both of these are absolutely essential components, but The Juice Box Bully takes it one step further by illustrating that children can acquire skills to solve their OWN problems. There is a surprising twist to the story when one of the kids reminds the others that treating people fairly applies to the bully, while he makes it clear to the bully that he also must keep the class promise. Too often, I have seen just the opposite, that children who bully others are demonized by the other kids, something that actually feeds more negative behavior. This simple story illustrates to children a fundamental truth that stooping to the level of the wrong doer does not solve the problem.
 
3
   Not my favorite of the series.
This book is definately for older children. I keep this one for a few years.
 
5
   Great book
It is a yearly literary tie-in for our great program.
 
1
   Not a book that will stay in. My collection
This book was made by a person who paid to publish their book... The storyline is interesting and the illustrations are not sophomoric. I will donate this book rather than add it to my collection... I liked the title... but buyer beware... it kind of sucks sorry...
 
5
   Good representation of bullying & ways to react
Today I received this book and read it to my 5-year-old who is about to start kindergarten. I like the way the book is written, but I would say it is probably more suitable for children ages 7 and up. My son understood that what the bully '' was saying wasn 't quite nice, but I don 't think he understood the concept of what a bystander is and the meaning of the promise that the book often refers.
 
5
   Cute story!
I bought this book because my daughter is running an anti-bullying campaign. She read it to kindergarten through fourth graders and seems to keep their attention pretty well. The story is also cute! I also bought no passing stickers from Amazon for her to use that day. The book you buy will not regret.
 
5
   awesome book!
I love how this works to teach children that they can stand up and say I like you, but I will not tolerate bad behavior. Good boundaries are so critical, and is perhaps one of the hardest things we have to teach kids to share, not to be tolerant, but not walked on, etc. This book does a really good job of showing children how they can be tolerant without being walked on. This path is defined by boundaries and forgiveness. We give it a go-we read it before buying, but I would buy it just based on the book itself. It is good for you.
 
5
   Should be required reading!!
This should be required reading for every parent, school teacher and administrator for children of all ages out there. It is a great perspective on how to address the concept and reaction to bullying BEFORE it happens. It is also a great eye-opener about how children find themselves bullying others and what people can do to help prevent someone from committing suicide. So good!
 
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