Fourteen-year-old Emma Keane is a master junior code breaker and amateur sleuth. Her younger brother Henry excels at explosive science experiments and is the current reigning yo-yo champion.
When their grandfather, a retired pet guru to the Stars, turned ghost tour purveyor disappears, they think he's pulling a publicity stunt.
The stories about people disappearing in his crypt-like mansion or strange creatures lurking in the surrounding forest are too fantastical to be anything more than a marketing ploy. That is until their mother vanishes, too.
This story starts from the inspiration of the blue lights of the journey of the leaders in the struggle for education. At that time, getting an education was not easy. Moreover, we are mostly descendants of ordinary people, laborers, and coolies. The fact to get the quality of an established life (success) is determined by intelligence, education, skills to get and take advantage of golden opportunities. To change one's life line can not rely solely on the strength of manual labor alone. Therefore, we are not willing to be said to be mental of coolies and only become manual laborers. We also have the same right to be successful people.
Here, we want to prove, we are not mental of coolies and want to change the lifeline. Enda Kiebo wants to break the family life line, which is said to be a descendant of poor bones and poor veins. But, the problem from the beginning was that he had faced Benhart the son of a Plantation Administrator who didn't want Enda Kiebo to go to school with him. ...
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Meet Annie (aka Carrot Top), a girl bullied at school, in real-time, as we watch her dealing with a bully and bystanders. What is it about this girl that makes her so resilient?
Tina Levine designed this fictional chapter book to include humor and a mystery in both school and neighborhood settings. Overall, readers will find themselves laughing, tearing up, and excited to read each new chapter about a student being bullied.
Throughout this tightly woven story, one learns about Annie's unique strength to overcome life's traumas. Don't miss the turnaround day where transformations begin to ensue for each of the relatable characters. Whom do you think the heroes will be at the end of this book?
Readers are finding poignant messages for all ages in "Better Than A Bully... " They are amazed by illustrations that bring the characters to life!
Parents and professionals reading with children can use provided questions for each ...