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How To Outplay A Bully

by Nancy Wilcox Richards, illustrated by David Sourwine

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When Tony joins the Bayfield Blazers team, can he figure out what to do with a bully on the team?

Tony is excited about signing up for hockey. But right from the start, he is bullied by a fellow teammate. In various ways, Tony is supported by a neighbour, his school friends and the coach. As the bullying continues at several practices and games, he begins to learn how to deal with it.

This is an early chapter book about a serious matter, but the tone is funny, light and positive, and in the end, the bully's behaviour changes and both boys learn social skills that will stand them in good stead in the future. Black-and-white illustrations add to the appeal.

 

About the Authors

Nancy Wilcox Richards

Nancy Wilcox Richards taught elementary school for a number of years. She is the author of How to Tame a Bully, How to Outplay a Bully, How to Handle a Bully, How to Be a Friend and How to Fix a Lie, as well as the Farmer Joe series of picture books and We're All Friends Here. All are published by Scholastic Canada Ltd. She lives in Hebbville, Nova Scotia.
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David Sourwine

David Souriwne has illustrated several Scholastic covers as well as the Silver Birch nominee The Dragon Prince. He began drawing when he was 7-years-old. Worried that he wouldn't be able to earn a living with his art, he studied Bio-Chemistry at university, but realized his passion was art. He graduated from Sheridan College's animation program in 2001 and has been working as a freelance illustrator ever since.
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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
Age:
7 to 9
Grade:
2 to 4

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