Buddy Bully By Ayesha Starns

Posted July 29th, 2011 by madison

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Buddy Bully is about a girl named Ayala Yona who gets bullied by a girl named Githea after sitting on a puddle of rain on the bus.

I liked this book because it can help you learn how to avoid bullies and it tells about different kinds of bullies. You can feel Ayala’s pain when she got bullied and you can tell that she was upset and misunderstood.I would recommend it for kids who get bullied and need help with not getting bullied.  Buddy Bully gives you lots of helpful information that you can use. It would be good for most kids from 0-12 years because they can learn from the information so they know not to bully and how to avoid and stop bullies from bullying kids. This story helps kids know that they can change the world no matter how old they are. Every little thing  including stopping bullying can make a big difference in the world. This book can really encourage kids to do the right thing no matter how old they are or who they are.

madison

Madison lives in Cary North Carolina. She's a bookworm that loves fictional adventure books. Her favorite author is Roald Dahl. Madison's favorite book is The Penderwicks. In her spare time (besides reading)she loves to write her own novel and sing don't forget dance mainly hip hop. She is forced to go to her 8 year old brothers baseball games. When she grows up she plans to go to Harvard on a scholarship for biology and then go to Berkley to be a singer/author. (She was born in Boston so going to Harvard would be a dream come true!)

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One Response to “Buddy Bully By Ayesha Starns”

  1. madison

    Thanks for publishing my review I am so excited to finally be a published author!

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