Notes: Text and illustrations present bullying from the perspective of the bully, and address how to change that behavior. Includes related activities and notes for parents.
Pros: I was prepared to be underwhelmed by what seemed to be some sort of cheesy looking bullying books, but I was wrong. These books have power as teaching tools, particularly when used all together, as each one takes a different point of view for basically the same content. The message is pretty overt, but not off-putting. The additional content, including activity ideas as well as discussion questions is well done and connected in all three books.
Cons: I think there's a little too much back matter in these book for them to be popular for checkout, but their best use is really as a teaching tool, anyway, so that probably doesn't matter. I would like to see (and perhaps these already exist and I just don't know about them) a similar series with boy main characters and another with boys and girls together.