The Bully by Jan Needle
  

Synopsis

The Bully by Jan Needle

'Unbidden, Simon saw a face before his eyes, a girl's face with blonde hair. Unbidden, his teeth clamped shut, ground against each other. She was the target.' Simple, lumpy Simon Mason. Of course he's a bully and a liar, even his mother thinks so. And he's picking on that nice Anna Royle, her brother and Rebekka. Or is he? Has Simon been found guilty, sentenced and condemned without a proper hearing? Simon's teacher is determined to find out just who's bullying who. Hostilities reach a head when bully and victim meet for a final confrontation. Will the truth come out in time? Or have too many lies been told?

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Format

Paperback
144 pages
Interest Age: From 12

Author

Jan Needle
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Publisher

Puffin an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

23rd February 1995

ISBN

9780140364194


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