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eBook Bullying-Emily Breaks Free(Children's Book) (Marsh Media Character Education) ePub

by Andra Chase,Linda Talley

  • ISBN: 155942155X
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Andra Chase,Linda Talley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Self Esteem and Self Respect Publications - Marsh Media; First edition (November 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1131 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1112 kb
  • Other: txt azw mbr rtf
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 186

Description

Grade Level: K - 2. Similar books to EMILY BREAKS FREE-Bullying Children's Book (Life Skills . The illustrator, Andra Chase was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, where she attended the John McCrady Art School

The illustrator, Andra Chase was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, where she attended the John McCrady Art School. She now lives in Kansas, where she has continued her study of art and art history and works as an illustrator and designer of printed media. Her paintings have been exhibited in juried and solo shows throughout the Midwest.

Emily Breaks Free book. Some great principles woven into a children's tale. Shelves: juvenile, e-books. Summary: Why would a nice dog like Emily join forces with a big bully like Spike? Even Emily is confused about the answer to that question.

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A super cute book that teaches how to deal with bullies but also has some hidden science lessons woven throughout. Bully Bean for younger readers.

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It is a practical book that will guide school administrators, teachers, parents, board members, and concerned citizens interested in starting or strengthening the character education focus of their school. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

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Why would a nice dog like Emily join forces with a big bully like Spike? Even Emily is confused about the answer to that question. It's true that Spike makes Emily laugh, in spite of herself, and he is fun- in a way. Emily is flattered that Spike invites her to tag along with him.

But when Spike begins teasing a fluffy outsider named Cotton, Emily is sorry to see the hurt look on the little dog's face. And the dog biscuit Spike takes from Cotton does not taste as good as Emily had thought it would. Emily really regrets being lumped together with Spike as among "the meanest ol' dogs" Cotton has ever encountered.

Just when Emily is wondering how to make things right, a bewhiskered terrier named Emerson saunters onto the scene. A dog of principle, Emerson shows Emily that it is possible to break free of Spike.

Emily's story unfolds along the Freedom Trail, Boston's famous walking tour of historic sites from the Revolutionary era- the Old South Meeting House, Faneuil Hall, the Paul Revere House, the Old North Church, and more. These scenes of the American struggle for independence from Britain are a fitting backdrop for Emily's struggle to free herself from Spike and his tyrannical ways!

Comments

Tori Texer Tori Texer
Emily, a dog in Boston, breaks from her person, meets a bully and a new dog to the city and finds herself in a pickle. The bully is funny and entertaining at the new dog's expense but his jokes create bad feelings inside Emily. She changes direction and breaks free from the bully. The lesson the book presents is direct but not preachy, the pictures are simply beautiful and echo the story's message through the body language of the dogs. I had some problems with the small text but I love the book plus at the end I found a map and sketch of all the important sights mentioned in the story.
I like stories that focus on noticing the feelings inside and making big choices, like this one, and have written one about a girl who has to decide whether to trust her mother or not, If Mrs. Greeby Asks.
Deorro Deorro
The illustrations are awesome and my son loved the pictures. But the story is a bit complicated for a toddler. They don't like paragraph after paragraph on each page they read or they get bored (my son is 4 and loves to read, so for him to get bored, it didn't keep his interest). I do like how this book shows the bullying aspect and how to handle it. Very good lesson for children to learn and the story was cute. It just tended to run long for a toddler.
Gandree Gandree
the book is just right for those early age groups and shares an important message about bullying. The added enrichment content with questions to ask the kids is a nice added feature. My only complaint is that the kindle version does not have pictures which detracts from a picture book. not sure it was worth $10.
Hidden Winter Hidden Winter
The pictures in this book are in great detail, but sometimes the words take forever to "pop-up" in sequence so that you can go on to the next page. However, the book teaches with empathy the whole bullying experience from the bully's view, the target's view, and the peers who are pressured to join.
Warianys Warianys
Emily the Dachshund finds its great fun to chase a Frisbee until it goes into a bush. The she goes on adventure meeting a big bully, a gentle southern lady and a Boston gentleman. Some great principles woven into a children's tale.

This title is now in Kindle format and would be great to view on Kindle Fire.
Arilak Arilak
I love this book. It is a great book for kids and especially if they have been bullied and this book tells you how to deal with bullies. It is also a great book for kids especially if they love dogs. So I give this book a 4 star rating
(Because of the Small print)
Fenrikasa Fenrikasa
I loved the fact this is a topic on bullying! And in a cute way too,of using the dogs. I also loved how this helps and teaches children about bullying. It's good for them to learn it at a young age. That way it'll stick with them as they grow and get older!

Also,the fact that at the end it shows what your child learned after reading it. It also has mini history lessons at the end!

All in all a very lovable and teachable story!
I originally downloaded this book by mistake, (the front cover makes it look like part of the Black and White picture Book series.)
My son was not impressed, but he only likes picture books at the moment.
My daughter however; has read it all the way through twice now and no doubt she will be reading it again soon.
A good read for 8 year old girls.