Chester Raccoon and the Big Bad Bully

Chester Raccoon and the Big Bad Bully An audio version of the latest Chester Raccoon Kissing Hand book with production and performances by the same team who crated the bestselling audio version of The Kissing Hand Includes a paperback co

  • Title: Chester Raccoon and the Big Bad Bully
  • Author: Audrey Penn Barbara Leonard Gibson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Chester Raccoon and the Big Bad Bully

    An audio version of the latest Chester Raccoon Kissing Hand book, with production and performances by the same team who crated the bestselling audio version of The Kissing Hand Includes a paperback copy of the book and CD with new song.

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    1. Edwina Callan

      At only a year and a half old, my Granddaughter is too young to understand the story, but she loved the beautiful pictures of all the different animals. This is another book added to her ever growing collection of books she will "have to grown into".

    2. Sue Morris

      Chester and his pals have been getting bullied by a badger and do not know what to do. Mrs. Raccoon sits the kids down and tells them a story. In the story a forest floor is covered with shiny yellow stones that are cherished and collected. One day a blue stone, with sharp points, is found among all the fabulous yellow stones. No one wanted this ugly rock until they were shown how to value it and help the stone become a better stone. So the animals went to work chipping off the points and polish [...]

    3. Deborah

      Chester and his friends are terrified of the playground bully. Thankfully, they have Chester's mom to go to for wisdom and practical advice on how to take charge of the situation and tame the bully in question. This is another beautiful book in the Chester series. When children have anxieties, it's always great to have a Chester Raccoon book on hand.The book seems well targeted for children in the preK-3rd grade categories. Though I'm not sure every younger child will relate as well. I did read [...]

    4. Jenny Rose

      While I have heard of the kissing hand, I have not read the story. Chester Racoon and the Big Bad Bully seems to be from that series. Chester Racoon and his brother and sister are dealing with a school bully and are reluctant to go to school. Their mother reassures them and later tells them a fable of sorts about a rough stone that becomes beautiful once it has been smoothed. It implies that the animal children should befriend the bully and help him smooth out his rough edges.While the story is [...]

    5. Mimi

      While the message here is not quite so good as the one transmitted in The Kissing Hand, Chester Raccoon and the Big Bad Bully has the same beautiful, colorful illustrations and is a delight to read.

    6. Melissa Roach

      Description:In this latest addition to the Kissing Hand book collection, Chester Raccoon must learn to deal with another common problem of childhood: a bully at school.When Mrs. Raccoon learns that there is a bully problem at school, she decides to investigate the situation. But after seeing the bully for herself, she shares a story about a forest that was full of smooth yellow stones, and how the animals living there changed a pointy stone they found into a smooth stone so that it wouldn't hurt [...]

    7. Patricia Mckelvy

      Chester and the Big Bad Bully is a wonderful book for all children to learn how to deal with bullies who may be picking on them. Because of a mean badger bully, Chester and his friends are afraid to play on the playground at school. Mrs. Raccoon comes to the rescue with words of wisdom and advice for Chester and how to ‘deal’ with his bully. Mrs. Raccoon does this in the way she does best: by telling a story. Mrs. Raccoon compares the bully to a rough blue stone, with many rough edges, among [...]

    8. Patricia (Patricia's Particularity)

      Chester and the Big Bad Bully is a wonderful book for all children to learn how to deal with bullies who may be picking on them. Because of a mean badger bully, Chester and his friends are afraid to play on the playground at school. Mrs. Raccoon comes to the rescue with words of wisdom and advice for Chester and how to 'deal' with his bully. Mrs. Raccoon does this in the way she does best: by telling a story. Mrs. Raccoon compares the bully to a rough blue stone, with many rough edges, amongst m [...]

    9. Valerie

      Summary: In this latest addition to the Kissing Hand book collection, Chester Raccoon has to deal with a school bully. When Mrs.Raccoon learns that there is a bully problem at school, she decides to investigate the situation. After seeing the bully for herself, she shares a story about a group of animals who lived in a forest full of smmoth yellow stones, and how those animals helped a pointy stone to change into a smooth stone so that it wouldn't hurt any tender paws.Potential Audience (reading [...]

    10. Pam Camel

      Chester the Raccoon is back and he has a bully problem. Chester doesn't want to go to school even though he loves school. Mama Raccoon wants to know why? She gets the story of the big bad bully, with sharp claws, fangs, and fire coming out of his nose. When Mama picks them up from school they tell her the tales of the bully. How he terrorized everyone on the playground and even the teacher couldn't make him behave. Chester gathers all the young forest animals and mama tells them a story. She tol [...]

    11. Kris - My Novelesque Life

      4 STARS(I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review)"In this latest addition to the Kissing Hand book collection, Chester Raccoon must learn to deal with another common problem of childhood: a bully at school.When Mrs. Raccoon learns that there is a bully problem at school, she decides to investigate the situation. But after seeing the bully for herself, she shares a story about a forest that was full of smooth yellow stones, and how the animals living there changed a point [...]

    12. Sheena-kay Graham

      Rating: 4.5 StarsThis book is perfect for small children, especially this five years old and under. Chester and his friends are scared of a bully from school. Not only does he tease them but he physically scares them as well. While the children are afraid and unsure what to do, it is decided that telling an adult is a good idea. Not only that but Mrs. Raccoon uses a story, kisses and kind words to encourage her children as well as the other kids to be kind to the bully instead of bullying him ba [...]

    13. Sandee

      The Kissing Hand was my first children's read on a kindle fire. It was not a good one because of the medium, not the story. So I was opposed to reviewing more picture books on a kindle.This book was better matched, text to illustration. Though there was still a little mismatch. I still missed reading a hard copy to my children.The illustrations were bolder and really great compared to Kissing Hand. The story takes on a difficult subject for a lot of children and lends a positive resolution based [...]

    14. Jeanine

      Chester Raccoon and his brother tells Mrs. Raccoon they would like to stay home from school because they are being bullied, but she makes them go to school the next day. The bullying continues and Mrs. Raccoon tells them a story about forest creatures treasuring stones. They treasure yellow, smooth stones, but one day they find a blue pointy one and they work together to chip away until it is smooth, like the yellow stones. The next day, Chester and his classmates confront the bully and ask him [...]

    15. Mrs Mommy Booknerd http://mrsmommybooknerd.blogspot.com

      CHESTER RACOON AND THE BIG BAD BULLYBullying is on increasingly serious issue that young kids face. In Chester Raccoon and the Big Bad Bully Mrs. Raccoon helps both Chester and Ronny Raccoon, as well as some other loveable forest friends, deal with the bullying Badger. When I read this book to my 4 year old son it sparked a great conversation about what bullies are and how he needs to deal with them. I am grateful up to this point to that neither of my children have fallen victim to bullying or [...]

    16. Maria Burel

      In this installment to the Kissing Hand series, Chester encounters a problem relevant to most school age children today: a school bully. This bully, a badger, snatches toys, dominates the playground equipment,and scares Chester and his classmates. Fortunately, Mrs. Raccoon has a plan, and when Chester and his classmates band together to confront the playground bully, they find that maybe they don't know the whole story.This is definitely one for the elementary classroom, both as a teaching tool [...]

    17. Rocheal Hoffman

      This issue book digs into the subject of bullying and details what it feels like to be bullied. Chester Racoon's mother teaches her young raccoon and his classmates exactly how to deal with "prickly" people. The author, Audrey Penn, remains optimistic throughout the entire book and takes it a step further when she wraps the story together by bringing the cold-hearted bully into a much nicer light. Barbara Gibson's illustrations are of crisp and vibrant beauty that add to the story in an intrigui [...]

    18. Tarah Denardo

      Chester and the Big Bad Bully Summary:Chester faces another issue - a bully! This time, Mrs. Raccoon helps by sharing a story of a rough rock that was made smooth. This story inspires Chester and the others to befriend the bully, which successfully softens his “rough” edges as he embraces the new friendships. Review:I think this book takes a good approach to dealing with bullying. The solution is not to ignore the bully, or get him in trouble, but instead to lead by example and use kindness [...]

    19. Nicole

      Chester, Ronny, and Cassy, along with their classmates, are having a hard time with a bully at school. He is stealing their toys, scaring and picking on them. Chester and Ronny's mom decide to tell them a story that will hopefully help them deal with the bully in a nice way. This book is a great book to read to children just entering elementary school. Bullies are a hard thing to deal with at any age but especially as a child when all you want is to make friends, play, and enjoy school. This boo [...]

    20. Randie D. Camp, M.S.

      Badger is bullying the other animals at school, so much so that they wish to stay home. Mother Raccoon gathers all the animal children together for a story and teaches them that if they work together they can chip away at some of Badger's bullying ways but she acknowledges that they cannot change him completely. So, the next day, they all come together with Chester leading the bunch to offer Badger their friendship.I enjoyed this book because the mother is supportive without fighting the battle [...]

    21. Kimberly

      Move Over Franklin There's a new raccoon in town! Chester, Ronny and Cassie do it again! They come to Mother with a problem they have at school - a bullying badger. She helps them think through the "problem" with a story I'm beginning to like Chester as much as Franklin (and I really like Franklin) for young elementary aged students!This would be a fantastic addition to any elementary teacher's room library as well as the main library of any elementary school. Think about contributing a copy to [...]

    22. Lisa(Bookworm Lisa)

      I should start off by saying that this is not the first Chester Raccoon book that I have read. My journey with Chester began with the Kissing Hand and I adore the books about him.Chester, his brother, and a friend are faced with a bully at school. They are like most children and do not want to go to school anymore. Mother Raccoon, who I believe is very wise, tells them a story about a stone with rough edges and how the animals were able to smooth the edges out. She then relates the story to deal [...]

    23. Robin Rousu

      My 3 year old asked me out of the blue for "Kissing Hand" books, so I complied. As horribly saccharine as I expected, this one has the added charms of strangely flat illustrations that leave out characters mentioned in the text ("where's the snake, mommy?"), and weird advice about dealing with bullies (gang up on them, scare the crap out of them with your sheer numbers, then ask them to play). Where the heck was the teacher while all this was happening? I won't even get started about the blue ro [...]

    24. Gaby Roman

      This book would be one that I would read to my students in the beginning of the year, or to discuss the topic of bullying. If the school was discussing bullying, I would read this story to them. I would explain to my class how there are people to come to when we feel as though we have been a victim of bullying. Not only it is important to not bully others, but my students need to know that there are people who are here to help us when we feel lonely or that we are being bullied.

    25. Jeanette Johnson

      This story is about Chester raccoon and his siblings being bullied at school. His mother helps Chester and his friends learn how to change a bully into a friend by telling them a story.There can never be enough stories about how to handle being bullied. It is a huge issue in our schools today. this is a well done story with beautiful illustrations. Like all of Audrey Penn's books, this one is a keeper.

    26. Amy (Books, College, and Other Random Things)

      I’m reviewing this book for NetGalley.Chester Raccoon and the Big Bad Bully is about Chester Raccoon and other animals that are bullied by a badger. Chester tells his mom about the bully. The Mother tells Chester and the other animals a story that relates to how they have to treat the badger.This book has the best illustrations of the Chester Raccoon books. This book will teach children that even bullies need to be treated nicely and sometimes will surprise you.

    27. Caroline Petty

      This book's important message and beautiful pictures make us question our actions. Telling the story of a group of forest animals who are tormented by the class bully but then learn to befriend him in order to make him a nicer person makes the book so touching. It could be used at the beginning of the school year or at a time when you know of specific bullying issues in the class. Overall, it's a great story and one that can build classroom communtity.

    28. Sade

      **Copy kindly provided by the author via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**Super cute story to teach kiddos how to deal with bullies. Beautifully illustrated. This book is written so that it can easily be read by the little one or read to them. I will definitely be using this in my practice.

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