Juvenile Fiction, Social Issues, Bullying
The FEAR Machine
Culture Misled: Choose Fear or Courage? by Christine Farrell
“The nose knows,” as the saying goes, and nowhere is that truer than in Cyber Cosmos, a world that is utterly dependent on its flower fields and the renowned perfumes that are made from them. Although this highly lucrative industry should benefit ...
Charlie Lou Goes to the Rodeo
by E. Alan Fleischauer
Join Charlie Lou as she goes to her first rodeo with her Grandpa Alan. While her grandpa is getting cotton candy, Charlie Lou notices a classmate with autism who is being bullied. Using her quick thinking, she confronts the bully and defends her ...
Squirrel the Bully
by Asa Ahimbisibwe
Squirrel is funny and makes others laugh, so Bunny, Mouse, and Frog would like him to become their friend. But what happens when Squirrel begins bullying them, one by one, teasing them for the ways that they are different? Finding good Friends ...
Kyla and Kyra Go To School
by Timothy Rylett
When the students at a school for birds learn that two new kids will be coming to join their class, they’re so excited! Will they be swans, like Susie? Emus like Eleni? Maybe the two sisters will be kingfishers, like Kirk! The day finally comes, ...
Birds of the Same Feather
by Diane Hodgson
Imagine being a bird who cannot see well! That is the dilemma that Bobo, a sweet cockatiel living in the Australian forest, deals with everyday. His poor eyesight makes it difficult for him to see images that are off in the distance and it makes it ...
Never Give Up
by Jessica Hannon
What if you lost your truth? What if your truth and your story were taken from you? What if you were told what to believe in your story, your truth? Never Give Up shadows a teenage girl through her high school journey. For some, the high school ...
Riley Does BIG Things!
by Janet Lewis Daigle
Riley can do BIG things, like climb a mountain and tame a lion . . . even if the mountain is really a pile of laundry and the lion is just a stray cat. But when Riley is faced with a giant bully at school, how will he know what to do? This is ...
Why Phoebe Turned into a Fish
by Nicole Chevrier
Phoebe is a bright, imaginative, and sensitive young girl . . . and also a little bit shy. When her family decides to move across Canada, Phoebe worries about making new friends, and starting over at a new school. But she knows she can count on her ...
by Gordon Chisholm
Bud is a boy in Grade Two starting the year at a new school. When he experiences kids "budding in line" he becomes increasingly uncomfortable and upset. When he hears, "Don't bud!" he thinks they are yelling, "Don't, Bud!" and directing their anger ...
by Mark Leonard Robinson
The teachers are gone and the kids all went home, but there’s still some bullies lurking in the classroom. The garbage bin is having a tough time with a couple of mean and nasty pencils that keep making fun of him because he is not a classroom ...