Buster the Bully – A Change in the Weather Helps Him Change His Ways.
BUSTER THE BULLY is a book about how a change in the weather prompts Buster to change his ways.
In BUSTER THE BULLY, you will understand that there’s hope for a young bully with low self-esteem. You will see how a tornado, a smart, kind kid, and a safe, supportive school environment can change the way a bully acts and feels.
This story poem will promote class and family discussions about bullies. References about tornadoes and bullying provide additional resources for teachers, counselors, parents and young readers.
About Andrea Antico (Denver, Colorado Author)
Andrea Antico worked as a school librarian/media specialist in Colorado for 32 years and for the Department of Defense School System in Bad Kreuznach, Germany and Atsugi, Japan. She has a B.A. from the University of Texas and a M.L.S. from the University of Denver.
Andrea has written several educational articles and authored a teacher-resource book about writing book reports. BUSTER THE BULLY is her first children’s book.
Andrea is a member of "Spellbinders", a story-telling organization, and American/PenWomen and is a chair of C.I.P.A.'s (Colorado Independent Publishing Association) E.L.F. Educational Literacy Foundation. She currently resides in Denver. Virginia Small of Lakewood, CO. is the illustrator. www.zebracorn.com