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by Peggy Rathmann,Barbara Bottner


Barbara teaches writing and consults with writers all over the country; she was honored to receive the New School Distinguished Teaching Award in 1990.

Margaret Crosby "Peggy" Rathmann (born March 4, 1953) is an American illustrator and writer of children's picture books. Ruby the Copycat (Scholastic, 1991). Bootsie Barker Bites, written by Barbara Bottner (G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1992). Good Night, Gorilla (Putnam, 1994). Rathmann was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, and graduated from the University of Minnesota. Officer Buckle and Gloria (Putnam, 1995).

Bootsie Barker Bites book. Seeing bully Bootsie Barker get her comuppance is guaranteed to make young readers smile. It's the worst when Bootsie Barker comes to my house. Bootsie's the one who pulls my hair and tears my books

Bootsie Barker Bites book. Bootsie's the one who pulls my hair and tears my books. She hates Charlene, my pet salamander. She says that I'm a turtle and she's a turtle-eating dinosaur. Uh-oh, I think I hear a car pulling up. That's her now! Eeek!

Rathmann matches Bottner's vigorous telling in colorful art, her vividly expressive characters drawn with bold broken lines while every stance-even the toys'-comically echoes the narrator's feelings.

Rathmann matches Bottner's vigorous telling in colorful art, her vividly expressive characters drawn with bold broken lines while every stance-even the toys'-comically echoes the narrator's feelings. An entertaining, insightful glimpse into a child's real world. A beleaguered small girl recounts her troubles with the daughter of her mother's best friend, who terrorizes her on her frequent visits. Sent to the timid narrator's room to play, Bootsie proclaims herself a dinosaur who will devour the child in whatever form she takes.

Bootsie Barker Bites Paperback – 19 May 1997. by Barbara Bottner (Author), Peggy Rathmann (Illustrator). Barbara Bottner began writing for children in the 1970's, when she broke her leg doing off-Broadway Theater and decided to consider a different career

Bootsie Barker Bites Paperback – 19 May 1997. Barbara Bottner began writing for children in the 1970's, when she broke her leg doing off-Broadway Theater and decided to consider a different career. Having gotten a degree in painting, she began to hang out in the children's book section of libraries and bookstores. She was amazed at the originality of the art and fell in love with picture books. Slightly fickle, she also wrote I Can Reads, eventually middle grade and YA novels.

Seeing bully Bootsie Barker get her comuppance is guaranteed to make young readers smile. By Barbara Bottner Illustrated by Peggy Rathmann. Category: Children’s Picture Books. Oct 29, 2015 Shannon McCrea rated it it was amazing

Bootsie Barker Bites book. Oct 29, 2015 Shannon McCrea rated it it was amazing. Bootsie Barker Bites by Barbara Bottner and Peggy Rathmann tells the story about a young girl named Bootsie Barker who enjoys bullying others. Bootsie never took no for an answer and would force her friends into doing things that they didn’t want to do. This is a reoccurring pattern throughout the book. I feel that this is a good book to read to young children because it teaches kid’s not to bully.

It’s the worst when Bootsie Barker comes to my house. Bootsie’s the one who pulls my hair and tears my books

It’s the worst when Bootsie Barker comes to my house. Bootsie’s the one who pulls my hair and tears my books. She says that I’m a turtle and she’s a turtle-eating dinosaur.

Bootsie Barker only wants to play games in which she bites, until one day her friend comes up with a better game. Bottner, Barbara; Rathmann, Peggy, ill. Publication date. Behavior, Bullies, Human behavior, Bullies.

A little girl finds her life made miserable by the torments devised by the nasty, mischievous Bootsie Barker, until the terrible Bootsie receives her just punishment.
Burirus
My children have delighted in this story for years. It's a humorous, deceptively simple tale of coping with a bully, especially empowering for children who read and think, giving them hope that they. too, can overcome the Bootsies of this world. My recent purchase was a replacement. After passing on the original to a grandchild, I decided that I wasn't ready to give up having one in my library.
Arlana
My two year old grandson has been bitten at daycare several times. I thought that this book might be helpful for talking about the issue. We would call our book "Mia Meany bites".
Zorve
We purchased this book on the recommendation of my son's preschool teachers. At just 4 years old we had encountered our very own "Bootsie Barker!" After trying all of the conflict resolution tricks we knew, the teachers suggested a little humor might help. This story may not be looked at as "P.C." but it can definitely help to empower a child! When you've tried everything else, sometimes it's helpful to see that the "nice guy" can WIN! I've read this to a group of children as well as my own and they love it, always waiting to see just what will happen next! This book doesn't disappoint and leaves you with a sly little grin-- right up until the very last page!
Qus
Love this book! Love the illustrations and the way the main character deals with bullying.
Steamy Ibis
Whether we like it or not, we're going to meet a real "bully" someday in either our childhood or adult years. I LOVED this book as it describes Bootsie being that bully, and the main character's mother giving her the advice to learn to work it out (as opposed to the mother stepping in, hence teaching children not to stand up for themselves). The fact that this lead character decided to use her intelligence to stand up to Bootsie was wonderful.

My son loved this book when he was growing up and we still refer to it as one of the best children's books out there. The illustrations are terrific and keep kids entertained. I highly recommend this book.
Risa
This book fascinates my grandchildren. The concept of someone mean coming over and being mean in your own home is pretty upsetting, and the boys see that they just need to talk to parents on what to do when someone is a bully. Making a girl a bully is good for a change to avoid stereotyping. Great book, and no one can forget Bootsie's evil smile!!
Nikok
Perfect
I purchased this book for Sally, my young mother friend. Her preschooler faces a similar monster relationship.
As I read the story to her stress melted into laughter.
Bootsie Barker Bites ebook
Author:
Peggy Rathmann,Barbara Bottner
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
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EPUB size:
1294 kb
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1755 kb
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Publisher:
Putnam Juvenile; First Thus edition (September 16, 1992)
Pages:
32 pages
Rating:
4.5
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