Annotations for Thomas the Toadilly Terrible Bully


Baker & Taylor
After feeling ignored in his new town, a young toad tries to act like a bully but learns the value of being a good friend instead.

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Baker & Taylor
Deciding to become a bully when he feels ignored and left out, Thomas finds the tables turned by a bigger bully whose meanness compels Thomas to team up with other kids and make a new friend.

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Eerdmans
Thomas hates being ignored. But when his attempts to impress everyone don?t make him any friends, he decides to be a bully instead. There?s just one problem: he makes a terrible bully. A toadilly terrible one, in fact.

It turns out, though, that there?s an even bigger bully around, and Thomas discovers what it feels like to be the one bullied. But a bit of teamwork helps him outwit the bully and make a new friend. And being a friend, Thomas finds, is far more fun than being a bully.

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