Tiger Tales, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
Meet Scary Mary. In the barnyard, she rules the roost. If the other animals come near, she chases them away! She keeps all the sunflower seeds to herself and builds a fort to keep the others out. Mary even practices making scary faces! Until one day she is alone. She clucks by herself, plays games by herself, and eats dinner by herself. Soon, Mary realizes that being scary is lonely Paula Bowles in her picture book debut uses humor and style to deliver a gentle lesion in bullying and the importance of friendship.
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Review: Scary MaryUser Review - Alexandra Chauran - Goodreads
This book was just what I was looking for, which is an anti-bullying book from the bully's point of view. Read full review
Review: Scary MaryUser Review - Mary - Goodreads
This is the story of Mary, the scary hen who rules the barnyard. She is so scary that eventually all of the animals leave her alone in the barnyard. Pretty soon, Mary realizes that she is lonely ... Read full review