Buddy Bully by Ayesha Starns

Posted July 29th, 2011 by kottonnjeanz

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Summary:

This story is about an 11 year old girl who is made fun of in her school because they are jealous of her because she is fairly smart.

Review:

This is a topic that the media and the schools have been really drawing attention to lately. There is a group in the high schools now that have been going around with the slogan “It stops here”. They have made a group effort to bring attention to it, due to recent problems with this in the schools. I think this is a good concept, that each individual would make an effort not to hurt people and bully¬† anyone to make themselves feel better. So kudos for helping out the effort, Ayesha.

The thing I noticed the most about this story and was kind of funny to me was I first noticed her blouse. I noticed it was pretty. Then, I noticed it kept changing colors. I was relieved, later on, when I found out the reason for this was the artwork was done by a 2-year old when it came to the colors. I was beginning to wonder what was the deal. It reminded me of one of those funny dreams you have where your clothes keep changing colors.

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