About the Book
The adventures of Bli the Fly and Danny the Wizard Lizard continue as the best friends take a trip to New York City for an anti-bullying conference.
Wizard Lizard Rides the Subway, Book Two in The Principle Gang Series, finds Danny the Wizard Lizard and Bli the Fly receiving positive attention for their mission to rid the world of bullying. In recognition of their great work, Mrs. Gecko, their school counselor, registers The Principle Gang for an anti-bullying conference in New York City.
Enlisting the driving talents of Mrs. Fly, Danny the Wizard Lizard and Bli the Fly make the long drive to the Big Apple for the conference. Before the conference, Danny the Wizard Lizard shows his friends around the city, where they experience speeding taxis, street food, and the subway. At the conference, The Principle Gang shares their three rules to prevent bullying: don't be mean; tell your teacher; and, be a friend. Mrs. Fly, Bli the Fly, and Danny the Wizard Lizard leave the Big Apple having signed up 132 new members of the Principle Gang--a resounding success for their anti-bullying mission!
My Take on the Book
In Book 2 of the Principle Gang and their mission to stop bullying take Danny and Bli traveling to New York City for a conference about bullying. They are to be honored for their efforts in deterring bullying in their school. While there they spread the word about the three things children can do to stop bullying. Those three things are: first to promise not to be mean, second that if you see bullying they notify a teacher, and third you are a friend to someone who is being bullied.
It is easy to me to see how this list can be brought to a school in the way of a school wide assembly to help students own the idea that they can all assist in stopping someone who is a bully or a group who is bullying. Take a look at this book today and share it with your child.
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