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Blue Cheese Breath and Stinky Feet: How to Deal With Bullies

Gus nudged his friend. 'Want to meet someone with blue cheese breath and stinky feet? Hey, Blue Cheese Breath, give me your homework so I can copy it.' I looked into Gus's mean green eyes... Steve has to do something about Gus. But what? He doesn't know how to make Gus leave him alone. He's afraid to ask for help. And he's afraid things will get even worse if he tells. When his parents find out anyway, Steve is surprised to feel relieved. And when they help him come up with a plan to send Gus on his way, he knows he can do it. The next time Gus tries to bully 'Blue Cheese Breath and Stinky Feet,' he is in for a big surprise! For ages 6-12 years (early readers)

Blue Cheese Breath and Stinky Feet: How to Deal With Bullies

Author: Catherine Depino

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