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  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • Don't Feed The Bully
  • Brad Tassell
  • English
  • 15 July 2017
  • 0897082354

10 thoughts on “Don't Feed The Bully

  1. says:

    Clearly written by a comedian This book was funny, but poorly written I was shocked to see so many grammatical mistakes And the editor really should have caught the use of heel instead of heal I found this book somewhat difficult to read because of all the misplaced commas I kept having to reread sentences because I couldn t figure out what he was trying to say I feel like this is probably because the author is a comedian, and he probably placed his commas where he would have paused fo Clearly written by a comedian This book was funny, but poorly written I was shocked to see so many grammatical mistakes And the editor really should have caught the use of heel instead of heal I found this book somewhat difficult to read because of all the misplaced commas I kept having to reread sentences because I couldn t figure out what he was trying to say I feel like this is probably because the author is a comedian, and he probably placed his commas where he would have paused for comedic timing rather than where they truly belonged Anyway, it s not a bad book I m just surprised that an English teacher would assign it, given all the errors


  2. says:

    Ok so I go to Discovery Middle School and our whole grade had to read it, and the author came to our schoolthe book was weird as well as the authorhe was a little cooky, but not just a little Lol.


  3. says:

    It was okay It had some weird descripions I read it because the whole school had to read it.


  4. says:

    Not really interesting in my option but it would be great for kids I did enjoy how it felt like a real story and the smart ways of defending oneself the main character took I also enjoy the Appendix gave real and honestly usable guide to stand up against bullies.


  5. says:

    Just getting up the energy to start this book was very hard because I am so non confrontational and I was so afraid of what the book would tell me to do It turns out that this book is aimed at junior high aged children, supposedly I believe it can start a little younger Maybe 10 years old But I always read books before it was appropriate for my age whatever that means.The book is interesting and was hard for me to get through It seemed as if it was trying to be like one of my favorite c Just getting up the energy to start this book was very hard because I am so non confrontational and I was so afraid of what the book would tell me to do It turns out that this book is aimed at junior high aged children, supposedly I believe it can start a little younger Maybe 10 years old But I always read books before it was appropriate for my age whatever that means.The book is interesting and was hard for me to get through It seemed as if it was trying to be like one of my favorite childhood books, Nate the Great Some of the wording was strange and I had to read through some of the passages several times to make sure I understood what the author was trying to convey some of the grammar was incorrect I had to keep reminding myself of the suggested age level and that if I just sat down and read the book, it would be done and over with.I m not sure if it is legal for so many copyrighted references to be mentioned in a book The Lion King , ect I think bullying is a topic every student and school faculty member should discuss This book tried to make an important point, but, unfortunately, I m a nit picky reading


  6. says:

    Great book for middle school kids This book causes them to consider what is to be bullied, and why bullies do what they do A great discussion starter on the topic.


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Don't Feed The BullyDon T Feed The Bully Is A Fictional Detective Story Aimed At Boys , Although, Anyone Who Can Read Will Love This Funny And Meaningful Story Hannibal Greatneck III, Detective, Sixth Grade Student, Or Handy To His Friends, Walks Into William B Travis Elementary And Finds A Cage In The Middle Of The Classroom The School Has Dealt With Its Bully Problem By Handing Over All The Power To Another Bully Handy Must Find The Clues, Outwit The Villains, And Get Control Of William B Travis Back To The Students And Faculty The Story Is A Funny One With Hilarious And Serious Undertones, But With Great Purpose


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