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Freckleface Strawberry and the Dodgeball Bully: A Freckleface Strawberry Story

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Freckleface Strawberry loves the Early Bird program at school because it means extra time on the playground--except when it rains. Rain means indoor playtime...and facing the school bully Windy Pants Patrick in a bruising game of dodgeball. Ignoring him seems the safest thing, but what's our freckled heroine to do when she's forced to confront the bully alone? Beat him at his own game, of course.

A funny, inspiring story about an all-too-common problem that kids, parents, and teachers will easily relate to.

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"Bold cartoon-inked graphics are large and full of activity, and the pictures of the bully show that he is truly one to avoid. Freckleface Strawberry appears somewhat scary herself when pretending to be a monster, but young children may relate to her as she finds her strengths." -- School Library Journal

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Freckleface Strawberry loves the Early Bird program at school because it means extra time on the playground--except when it rains. Rain means indoor playtime...and facing the school bully Windy Pants Patrick in a bruising game of dodgeball. Ignoring him seems the safest thing, but what's our freckled heroine to do when she's forced to confront the bully alone? Beat him at his own game, of course. Julianne Moore's follow-up to Freckleface Strawberry is a funny, inspiring story about an all-too-common problem that kids, parents, and teachers will easily relate to.

Product Details

Recommended Age 4 - 8
Author Julianne Moore
Illustrator LeUyen Pham
ISBN 1599903164
Publication Date Apr 27, 2009
Publisher Bloomsbury USA Childrens
Language English