The Pout-Pout Fish and the Bully-Bully Shark (A Pout-Pout Fish Adventure) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-14 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

Mr. Fish and all of his friends love playing in the park. One day, when they were playing at the park, a shark came along and started causing all sorts of trouble. Mr. fish and his friends were too scared to speak up against the shark, so they all backed away until the shark left. This happens time and time again, until one day Mr. Fish has enough. And he realizes that his voice is strong, and that he should speak up when something is wrong.

Think of a time when someone was not being nice to you. Did you speak up to them or ignore it? If you spoke up to them, explain in detail what you said. If you ignored it, explain wat you could have said to get them to stop. How can approaching a bully benefit you and the people around you?

Diesen, D., & Hanna, D. (2017). The pout-pout fish and the bully-bully shark. New York: Farrar Straus Giroux.
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" Dealing with a bully. From advanced reader copy. " said.

" "Mr. Shark," said Mr. Fish, "You have broken up our fun.Bully isn't who you ARE,But it IS what you have DONE." " said.

" woof. didactic as all get out. kids will like the pictures, bu the rest is pretty unremarkable. " said.

" Good story about speaking up about how others are not nice and teaching respecting in all being about to play and work together. " said.

" Open admission that I LOVE Pout-Pout Fish. This book does a good job of encouraging a non-violent way to handle bullies and in a safe, rhyming way that could offer some good guidance to littles. The message was good and not too heavy handed for my taste. " said.

" I already loved the Pout-Pout Fish but I REALLY LOVE his new adventure and how he teaches that it is everyone's responibility to speak up and out about bullying! You may just be one voice but EVERY voice counts!!! I absolutely adore the lesson taught in this Pout-Pout Fish adventure. " said.

"The pictures are beautiful. The language is rich and colorful, especially when describing feelings. I think it's wonderful that when Mr. Fish finally stands up to the shark, he makes a point to say "Bullying isn't who you are but it is what you have done." This shows children the correct way to use labels: apply them to behavior, not a person. That implies that the person has a chance to change his behavior (much easier than trying to change your identity), and we see the shark learning how to be nice at the end of the story. I hope this book will encourage timid, scared children to speak up to bullying; as in the story, they will discover that their friends will stand up with them." said.

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