Another wonderful children's book by Judy Blume which discusses the effects children can have on one another, especially when hurting one another's feelings.
Great Judy Blume book about bullying in a 5th grade class. Has aspects of leadership, control, admitting guilt and paying the consequences. Shows a number of different personality types. This book was written in conjunction with 2 supervising 5th graders.
Do I really need to write a review for this book? It's BLUBBER, for godsakes! Judy Blume rocks. It's awesome to be able to revisit the classics as I introduce my nieces to her work. If you haven't read this one in a few (too many) years, do. Then pass on to the ten-year-old girl in your life.
Great book! Interesting and in top condition!
A great book about harrassment and so-called "teasing" in school.
I first read this book in fifth grade and fell in love with Judy Blume. Read it over and over.
this book was great made my daughter cry
Good for elementary student.
One of the most realistic and moving books about bullying -- a must-read for every child approaching middle school.
Fifth grade girls can truly be cruel. Judy Blume keeps her wise and witty stories alive with empathy and understanding. Reader is less that perfect but the book is a must tell to young girls about fairness and decency in their personal struggle for acceptance. Bullies beware.. Jill has sadly learned the hard way. Excellent story would get a higher rating if the reader were better.
This is a must-read for elementary/middle school kids
This is the 1974 edition and so its pages are a bit brown. Otherwise, quite good shape