Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun: Having the Courage to Be Who You Are

Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun: Having the Courage to Be Who You Are

Maria Dismondy / Oct 18, 2019

Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun Having the Courage to Be Who You Are How can Ralph be so mean Lucy is one of a kind and Ralph loves to point that out Lucy s defining moment comes when Ralph truly needs help Because she knows what she stands for Lucy has the courage to

  • Title: Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun: Having the Courage to Be Who You Are
  • Author: Maria Dismondy
  • ISBN: 0615473938
  • Page: 286
  • Format: broch
  • How can Ralph be so mean Lucy is one of a kind and Ralph loves to point that out Lucy s defining moment comes when Ralph truly needs help Because she knows what she stands for, Lucy has the courage to make a good choice This charming story empowers children to always do the right thing and be proud of themselves, even when they are faced with someone as challenging as Ralph.

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    867 Comments

    1. It's a good book for small children, but it is a little too politically correct for my tastes. That being said, my daughter loved it.


    2. I liked that when she helped him get off the monkey bars but he was being mean to her but she's still helped him anyways. -review from a 6 y/o public school girl.


    3. In my opinion this book is great for kids these days. Other kids can be so mean and this book shows that it's okay to be you and to treat people how you would like to be treated. Glad I bought this for my niece and a friend because it has a good message.


    4. This is a wonderful book. We loved it so much we got a copy for my daughter's classroom. It's a story about a girl who's "different" and was being picked on. She treated others how she wanted to be treated and did the right thing. The boy who was picking on her ended up needing her help and instead of being mean back to the boy she helped him. I recommend this book for all families and classrooms.


    5. I am a third grade teacher and was looking for a book to read to my class about bullying. This wonderful book is perfect! I plan to read it with my students on the first day of school and use it as a discussion opener about how hurtful and unnecessary bullying is, as well as discussing appropriate ways to handle bullies. Thank you, Maria Dismondy!


    6. I read this to my class for the first time last week. We've been having a lot of issues lately with people not treating each other nicely. As I read this story you could've heard a pin drop! They were captivated by the story and the pictures. There's a page that shows the little girl's face up close, eyes filled with tears. My kindergartners had such empathy on their faces when I read this page. I'll be referencing this book in the weeks to come as we learn to treat each other a little nicer.


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