Justin and the Bully

Justin and the Bully

By Tony Dungy; Lauren Dungy; Vanessa Brantley Newton (Illustrator)

Simon Spotlight, Paperback, 9781442457188, 1pp.

Publication Date: December 18, 2012

Description
Justin loves soccer but he doesn t love being teased. Learn how to handle a bully in this Level 2 Ready-to-Read from Tony and Lauren Dungy.
Justin is thrilled to be on a soccer team. But at his very first practice, he is approached by a tall girl who calls him Shorty. She tells him he's too little to be on the team and that he should just go home. Justin doesn t know what to do. He loves soccer, but he doesn t want to be teased. How do you deal with a bully?
Children will love this inspirational Level 2 Ready-to-Read featuring the Dungy children, written by Tony and Lauren Dungy.


About the Author
Tony Dungy and his wife Lauren Dungy are active members of a number of family, faith, and community-based organizations, including All Pro Dad, iMom, Fellowship of Chrstian Athletes, Mentors for Life, Family First, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, and the Boys and Girls Club of America. Tony is a former NFL player and retired head coach of the 2006 Superbowl Champions, the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League.

Lauren Dungy and her husband Tony Dungy are active members of a number of family, faith, and community-based organizations, including All Pro Dad, iMom, Fellowship of Chrstian Athletes, Mentors for Life, Family First, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, and the Boys and Girls Club of America. Tony is a former NFL player and retired head coach of the 2006 Superbowl Champions, the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League.

Vanessa Brantley Newton is a self-taught artist and has attended both F.I.T. and SVA of New York, where she studied fashion and children s illustration. Vanessa is the illustrator of "Ruby s New Home", "A Team Stays Together!", and "Justin and the Bully "by Tony and Lauren Dungy as well as "Presenting Tallulah" by Tori Spelling. She hopes that when people look at her work, it will make them feel happy in some way, or even reclaim a bit of their childhood.