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Yoko & Friends School Days: Bubble Gum Radar - Book #9 (2002. Auflage)

von Rosemary Wells, Jody Wheeler (Illustrator)

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When the Franks hurt, bother, tease, trip, trick, act up, bully, and joke their way through the school day, they push away all of their classmates. This is no laughing matter, especially when Mrs. Jenkins announces square-dance practice time.
Mitglied:TamaraSmith
Titel:Yoko & Friends School Days: Bubble Gum Radar - Book #9
Autoren:Rosemary Wells
Weitere Autoren:Jody Wheeler (Illustrator)
Info:Volo (2002), Paperback, 32 pages
Sammlungen:NonFiction, Deine Bibliothek
Bewertung:*****
Tags:bullying, classroom, fiction, grades 1-3

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This was the first book by Rosemary Wells that didn't include Max and Ruby. Instead, it told the story of the Franks, two dogs who loved bubblegum and getting into trouble. They also found themselves getting into trouble a lot because of it, where there teacher would let them know that her "bubble-gum radar" was going off and that she knew they were the ones who had gum. There were similar illustrations to those in the Max and Ruby books, with fun colorsn and drawings and simple sentences to help stay focused on the story. ( )
  Noahedels | Nov 29, 2018 |
Bubble Gum Radar is a silly book that discusses bullying and how it hurts peoples feelings. The story has two bullies named the Franks. They pop bubble gum and put it in their classmates hair or their chair to make them get stuck. They would make noises with their armpits, knock over science projects, bump into students on the playground and busting their nose. They did horrible things that hurt feelings and didn't think it was wrong. They believed they were "just joking." At the end of the story when everyone needed to pick partners for dancing, no one picked them and it hurt their feelings. The students they hurt stood up for themselves and said "And today you both were mean to everyone!" That shows that no one wants to be friends with a bully. The "bullies" realize at the end of the book that being a bully is not a good thing and it is mean. If they want people to be nice to them then they need to be nice to others. Bullying is not nice and this could be a great book to show children that. I know children don't want to be bullied so reading this story and showing them it hurts people can make a difference. The illustrations in this book are very cute and fits well for elementary students. ( )
  cmsmit12 | Feb 16, 2017 |
"Bubble-Gum Radar" is a silly little book that talks about bullying. The two Franks in the classroom are always bullying the other students although they say they are just kidding. The teacher gets the students to get along in the end by playing a song about friendship. This book gives a great explanation about bullying, that is easy to interpret for young readers. The class consists of animals and fun illustrations that will get the children interested. Overall, I think this is a great book for children and how they can deal with bullying. ( )
  bethanygc | Sep 12, 2016 |
The Franks are two brothers who cause a lot of trouble for their classmates. They put gum on one classmates' chair; push a girl down, causing her nose to bleed among other things. Every time the Franks cause trouble they respond by saying they were kidding. Their classmates do not approve of them being mean. Once it is time to partner up for the square dance, the Franks are upset that no one picked them as a partner. The Franks learn a valuable lesson about friendship and being nice towards others. Students should also learn about treating their fellow classmates nicely. ( )
  TamaraSmith | Apr 27, 2013 |
This book is about the Franks and how they are always playing and kidding around with others even though they shouldn't. When it was time to pick partners for square-dancing, everyone got into an argument with the Franks because they've been mean to everyone. Then Mrs. Jenkins played the Friendly song and everyone danced like nothing bad had happened. ( )
  JTNguyen | Feb 7, 2012 |
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When the Franks hurt, bother, tease, trip, trick, act up, bully, and joke their way through the school day, they push away all of their classmates. This is no laughing matter, especially when Mrs. Jenkins announces square-dance practice time.

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