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Books with title The Bully

  • The Bully

    Paul Langan

    Paperback (Townsend Press, Jan. 7, 2002)
    A new life. A new school. A new bully. That's what Darrell Mercer faces when he and his mother move from Philadelphia to California. After spending months living in fear, Darrell is faced with a big decision. He can either keep on running from this bully or find some way to fight back.
  • The Bully

    Paul Langan

    eBook (Townsend Press, May 18, 2011)
    Darrell Mercer, a 9th grader at Bluford High, is at the center of this story. Darrell and his mother move to the Bluford area in the middle of the school year. Physically smaller than his peers, Darrell quickly becomes a target for Tyray Hobbs, the freshman class bully.
  • The Bully

    Francine Pascal

    Paperback (Yearling, April 1, 1988)
  • The Bully

    Thomasina F. Johnson, Marja Humphrey, Jessica E. Thompson

    Paperback (Books By Thomasina, March 7, 2012)
    7ร—9, with 25 pages soft matte glossy cover The Bully is a book that takes you through the first day/week of school for young Tao. Tao who is nervous about the rumors he is hearing of the schools bully. He(Tao)being a concerned for others type of child began to wonder if the bully is as bad as they say, when he is nowhere to be found and is not bullying him. This book also has interaction pages at the back for you and your child/class to write in or review the lesson.
  • The Bully

    Patrick Jackson

    Paperback (Independently published, )
    Two students named Kiana and Cordaro attend a local elementary school where they have been bullied since the beginning of school. Justin, the bully, begins to bully them every since his parents has divorced. His father haven't been stopping by to see him after the divorce, and now he's bullying kids to hide his feelings about his dad. So, one day after Justin gets in trouble for bullying, his mom gets a call from the school, and begins to have a talk with him. After his conversation with his mom, he begins to change his ways, and starts treating kids with respect.
  • The Bully

    Mr. Kingston M Nevils, Ms. Kaprice M Williams, Mr. Langston M Nevils

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, May 5, 2019)
    This is an easy to read children's chapter book about bullying. There are a few twist and turns, super hero's, and encouragement for victims to tell their stories. This book is written to capture the Multicultural group and promote reading.
  • The Bully

    Anne E. Schraff, Paul Langan

    Mass Market Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, June 1, 2007)
    Welcome to Bluford High. This widely acclaimed teen series set in an urban high school features engaging, accessible writing and appealing, contemporary storylines.A new life. An new school. A new bully. That's what Darrell Mercer faces when he and his mother move from Philadelphia to California. After spending months living in fear, Darrell is faced with a big decision. He can either keep running from this bully--or find some way to fight back.
  • The Bully

    Rose Wright

    language (Talent Writers, March 31, 2014)
    Samantha is a damaged kid. Her father has physically abused her mother for years. One day, after much resentment and abuse, Samantha finally snaps and stabs him in the chest in his drunken sleep. Her mother takes the rap and the police dismiss it as a case of self-defense. Samantha and her mom move to another state. Samantha becomes great buddies with Maria, a brilliant kid from school. Everything is going great, until they run into a bully. Given her past, Samantha should not be bullied and the consequences may be fatal.
  • The Bee Bully

    Angela Muse, Ewa Podleล›

    language (4eyesbooks, Aug. 4, 2012)
    This grumpy little bee does not treat his neighbors very well. Something happens to the bee that makes him realized treating others with kindness is the best way to earn friends.Also check out Lil Glimmer, The Nutt Family: An Acorny Adventure, Eager Eaglets: Birds of Play, Suzy Snowflake,Cactus Charlie, Monsters Have Mommies, The Christmas Owl, The Cat Who Lost His Meow, Ten Thankful Turkeys, Caterpillar Shoes, The Fox & the Snowman and Fraidy Cat Bat by Angela Muse.
  • Bull The Bully

    Anthony Tilghman, Cyrus Webb

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, June 4, 2018)
    When a new student comes to school, the class tries to make him feel welcome. But Bull is not looking for friends. He is looking to cause trouble! Quickly gaining the nickname Bull "The Bully" he makes things hard for those around him, until things get out of hand and a secret about Bull's life is revealed. Will that help the students better understand the bully and can they become friends?
  • The Bully

    J. Michael

    language (Canel Publishing, March 9, 2018)
    A bully, who spends a lot of time alone, drawing, is visited one night by one of his drawings that comes to life. This "Vision" then makes him live a day in the life of the other kids he bullies until he learns the lesson of empathy. He then turns his life around and becomes friends with the kids as he helps them with certain problems in their life.
  • The Bully

    Jan Needle

    eBook (Puffin, Feb. 23, 1995)
    'Unbidden, Simon saw a face before his eyes, a girl's face with blonde hair. Unbidden, his teeth clamped shut, ground against each other. She was the target.' Simple, lumpy Simon Mason. Of course he's a bully and a liar, even his mother thinks so. And he's picking on that nice Anna Royle, her brother and Rebekka. Or is he? Has Simon been found guilty, sentenced and condemned without a proper hearing? Simon's teacher is determined to find out just who's bullying who. Hostilities reach a head when bully and victim meet for a final confrontation. Will the truth come out in time? Or have too many lies been told?