Chef Recee Ray & Friends #2 : Veggie's Bully

Chef Recee Ray & Friends #2 : Veggie's Bully

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  • Title: Chef Recee Ray & Friends #2 : Veggie's Bully
  • Author: C. Jovan Williams
  • ISBN: 97814811715
  • Page: 248
  • Format: ebook
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      Published :2019-09-05T19:42:51+00:00

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    Bright happily rhyming text and equally bright happy illustrations characterize this book. The writing’s all in capitals, very relaxed and easy-to-read, perfect for sharing with a child. Carb the monkey and Bear the uncle have a problem to solve for poor Veggie, the seriously un-selfconfident rabbit. Piggie’s so mean to her in school and leaves her ready to give up. But Carb’s advice to be mean in return isn’t likely to help. Instead Uncle Bear offers sweet wise lessons. Don’t give up. [...]

    Veggie Bunny is sad and feeling bad about herself. Piggie is bullying her and making her feel like she is worthless and not good at anything. Veggie’s friend Carb Monkey wants to get even with Piggie by doing mean things back to him. Uncle Bear lets the kids know that “getting even” is not the right way to deal with a bully. Uncle Bear tells Veggie to be her very best no matter what someone may say.I love the message in this book! I think that the Carb character saying he wants to bully Pi [...]

    Veggie the Rabbit is having a bad day. All she wanted to do is draw a nice picture but Piggie the Pig tells Veggie basically she is not good at anything. So Veggie is sad. Carb the Monkey and Uncle Bear tries to help cheer her up.This is an easy read for the kids no big words. Veggie’s Bully is a wonderful story about being oneself no matter what anyone says, never stooping to the Bully’s level to make oneself feel better. Only one thing bothered me which were the names of the characters. I [...]

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