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Bee Boy/Girl and the Meanies

Taking place over three visits to your local park, this story takes a gentle look at bullying, whilst taking the opportunity to provide some facts about bees and wasps. Your child is given the perspective of an onlooker and intervener not victim, with the central message being that it’s always best to ignore meanies and stay out of their way but sometimes you have to stand up to them to protect yourself or your friends.

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Publication details Cover: Glossy  Colour illustrations: 9 Paperback: 22 pages Dimensions: 13.5cm x 19.7cm Book cover with comic book wasp villain and bee hero and bumble bee nest under wasp attack

Your child hero befriends

 a bee, who explains how bees and wasps differ.

The bee is captured by the Meanies - two boys who take sweets from smaller children.

Your child stands up to them and the bee is released. A little boy, who has been watching from a safe distance, is impressed by your child’s bravery. They go off to play together.

Your child sees the Meanies bullying the little boy, who is trying to stand up for himself. With help from the bees, your child sees  off the Meanies and embraces the name Bee Boy/Girl as their superhero alter ego.


This story

includes the following

information about your child:  

 

ASSUMPTIONS

The story assumes that your child makes fairly regular visits to a local park with a playground that includes swings.


*The story assumes that your child goes to school with boys. If this is not the case, then another environment where your child would see the Meanies on a regular basis can be substituted at a cost of £1.50.



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