Dark Blue Bike At No. 17

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Dark Blue Bike At No. 17

Tammy and Jake learn about Friendship and Bullying

Catherine MacKenzie

Pages: 160
Trim: Pocket paperback (178 x 110mm)
Isbn 13: 9781857927320
List Price: £4.99
Series: Tales from Canterbury Place
Imprint: CF4Kids
Read to me: age 7-8
Read myself: age 8-10
Category: Children > 8-12 Year Olds > Issues

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Jake and Tammy live in Canterbury Place. Together with their friends, family and neighbours they have lots to learn about life and the world they live in, particularly about Friendship and Bullying.

Canterbury Place is the fictional setting for a series of books exploring deep issues. This is a great book for a child who has come across bullying for the first time or who is perhaps learning more about what it is to be a real friend.

During their adventures we, too, want to know the answers to the questions that Tammy and Jake ask. In a loving context their Mum and Dad tell them what they need to know about loyalty, forgiveness and the love and friendship that we all search after.

About Catherine MacKenzie

Catherine MacKenzie has written several biographies for young teens in the Trailblazers series as well as other titles for younger children. She lives in Scotland and has several nieces and nephews - a perfect practice audience!

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Tales from Canterbury Place

Other items from the Tales from Canterbury Place series:

Big Green Tree At No. 11

Big Green Tree At No. 11

Tammy and Jake learn about Life and Death

~ Catherine MacKenzie

The Lonely Grey Dog At No. 6

The Lonely Grey Dog At No. 6

Tammy and Jake Learn About Love and Loyalty

~ Catherine MacKenzie

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Bullying is a problem, it's everywhere. It's in our schools and classrooms, boardrooms and shopfloors. Children need to know about how to deal with bullying in their own situations. I've tried to give simple, practical advice which a child can use, but as well as that I encourage children not to look at the various characters as goodies and baddies. The bible has a lot of people who had direct experience of bullying - and God helped them often to help themselves. With confidence in God and in his word children can be encouraged to tackle bullying in a biblical and God honouring way.

Catherine MacKenzie, Author and CF4K Editor

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