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Bully and Bullied
by David E. Hubler
Having been on both ends of bullying as an elementary school student, I know what an evil practice bullying is, especially now when acts of bullying find themselves on social media for all to see. So, as my elder granddaughter was about to enter school, I wrote "The Too-Tall Troll in the Tiny Tollhouse," (Mirror Publishing), which has an anti-bullying lesson for young children, and an amusing, thoughtful read for their parents.
I wrote “The Too-Tall Troll in the Tiny Tollhouse
” with the idea that if we could expose bullying for what it is, abuse, and do so at an early age, when children are entering school, then perhaps we can sow the seeds of a more civil society.
Tilden Troll is the object of bullying because he is much taller than all his first-grade classmates. But his height, the object of scorn, quickly becomes an asset when he becomes the only one who can reach his primary tormentor and save him.
It is available now online at amazon.com
and barnesandnoble.com. It will soon be available for ordering through “big box” book stores.
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