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  • 64 pages
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  • 64 pages
  • 8.0 x 10.0 inches
Target Audience:
  • Young Children (7-11 yrs old)
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Keywords:

Bullying, Classroom bullying, Rhyming stories, Children’s poetry, Getting along, Objects coming to life, Moral story

Classroom Bullies
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 item. See what happens to the classroom with these bullies around and see what the teacher’s desk has to say about it!

Classroom Bullies is a thought provoking, anti-bullying, rhyming picture book written to show our children that we all have a purpose in life no matter who you are, where you are from or what you believe. Classroom Bullies gives insights into the widespread problems of bullying and the damage it causes.

www.classroombullies.com


Praise for Classroom Bullies

“As a licensed educator and international speaker on the topic of abuse, I was very impressed with Mark Robinson's Classroom Bullies. Bullying is an issue that is prevalent in every corner of the world, as Mark explains from his own experiences, and therefore is an issue that applies to all of us

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Mark does an amazing job of creating a story that anyone can relate to with the use of poetry and animated characters. On the surface, the anti-bullying message is strong, comprehensible and would be easily understood by children. There is deeper meaning behind the words, which makes this work of art interesting to a mature audience. Classroom Bullies is a fresh approach to address bullying which encourages readers to embrace their differences. I look forward to seeing this story being used in classrooms as a means to inspire our younger generations to think twice before bullying.”

Jaclyn Miles

Miss Canada 2012

International Speaker and Human Rights Activist


Mark Leonard Robinson experienced bullying as a child after moving from his birthplace in England U.K., to Ontario, Canada, at the age of 10. He is now a passionate campaigner on the subject and writes many stories with a moral or uplifting message for children and parents. The cornerstone of Mark's writing is the belief that everyone has a purpose and a reason for being here, no matter who you are, where you are from or what you believe.

To his friends and family, he is known as ‘The Storyteller”. He is also known as “The North American Contact for Santa Claus – Naughty/Nice List Division’. This is a character he plays year round working as a high-energy storyteller for children in schools, which has earned him the nickname by Teachers as “Mark the Spark”


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