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Julia Cook
With over a million books in print, Julia Cook, a former school counselor and teacher, never dreamed she could evolve into an award-winning children's book author. Several years ago, Julia was searching for an effective story to teach children about the differences between tattling and telling.... show more

With over a million books in print, Julia Cook, a former school counselor and teacher, never dreamed she could evolve into an award-winning children's book author. Several years ago, Julia was searching for an effective story to teach children about the differences between tattling and telling. When she couldn't find the right resource, she decided to write her own book - Tattle Tongue. Fast forward seven years later, and she has more than 50 published books and activity guides. She now travels the country inspiring others to follow in her footsteps. "There are so many ideas out there that need to be shared" says Julia who takes top research and creativity and translates it into "kid language" that is both entertaining and engaging. Her light, humorous approach keeps kids laughing while they're learning good behavior skills. The goal behind all of Julia's books and efforts is to actively involve people into her fun and creative stories and teach them to become life-long problem solvers.Julia has received the Association for Educational Publishers Distinguished Achievement Award, and her books have been honored by the National Parenting Center and Mom's Choice Awards. Her books have been referenced in such publications as Parent's Magazine, The New Yorker, The Chicago Tribune, Yahoo.com, drlaura.com, and babyzone.com and she has also been featured on CNN's HLN News, and several large metropolitan networks. Julia has presented in more than 800 schools across the country and regularly delivers keynote addresses at national education, counseling and character conferences. In her spare time, Julia enjoys spending time with her husband and family.In order to teach a child, you must enter their view of the world.- Julia Cook
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Got Books? rated it 5 years ago
This colorful book takes a spin on ways to give children confidence. Bobbette, the school bully picks on everyone, especially, Winston. One classmate learns the reasoning behind Bobbette's mean behaviors and receives advice from her mom to chew a bully bean and confront this bully. In a twist of eve...
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ashleydavis rated it 6 years ago
The book Bully B.E.A.N.S. is the story of a class standing up to bullying using their bully beans. This book has really good illustrations and gives great details about real life bullying scenarios. I would rate this book a four and half stars out of five and it is listed as currently unavailable. A...
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tvines2 rated it 6 years ago
"Bully Beans" tells the story of a multiple children being bullied by a bigger girl in their school. What makes this story interesting and different is that it not only tells the reader ideas of how to handle bullying, but it also gives the perspective of the bully itself. It also focuses on the vie...
Clint
Clint rated it 6 years ago
Grade: 1st Reading Level: 3.6 The book is one that speaks to a large problem in society today, bullying. It teaches children that it is wrong to bully and what to do if they encounter bullying them self. One aspect of this book that stands out from other books is that it focuses on the bystander...
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Books worth reading to students rated it 6 years ago
This book could introduce the topic of bullying to students. I really like how relatable this book is to younger students. So I would read this book to younger students mostly. This book has an ATOS level of 3.6. I would read this book to my class during the first week of school. I saw two cool idea...
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