You're a Bullied CrocaGator


Children - Fable
32 Pages
Reviewed on 06/13/2016
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

You're a Bullied CrocaGator by Kenny Rager revolves around the theme of bullying and addresses the issues of complex childhood and family issues. Twins CrocaSonny and GatorSissy are starting school and they are excited. Having a crocodile as a father and an alligator as a mother makes them different from their peers and they find many kids sneering at them in school. The bad crocs in school taunt them. As the taunting increases, the twins decide to tell their parents about it. Their parents tell them how to handle the bullying and how to protect themselves. Things take a turn when the lead bully, Tator, falls into a trap and the twins save him. The book shows both the bully and the bullied how to cope with the stress of bullying and how to help anyone who is getting bullied.

The story tackles the issue of bullying in a nice way and offers good solutions on how to handle this issue. The illustrations are bright and colorful, giving clarity to the concept and bringing the characters and scenes to life for readers. It's a good bedtime storybook and can be used for interactive sessions in classrooms and school libraries. Books with a concept or a message are all good for children to help them understand more easily via a story or pictures. It is a must-read for children and I would recommend this book in everyone's personal collection.