Tadias and The Pitbully Tree by Saidat Vandenberg

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"Tadias is a girl who loves life. She has heard about a place in her town called, ‘I Like Me” Street. A place where she can be herself, sing and play with her friends. Not knowing how to get there she asks her mother to give her directions to this beautiful place. Little does she know that on her way to a place street where love and respect reign will be a bully waiting to scare her away.
Tadias and the Pitbully Tree is a story packed with adventure and a boost of self-confidence for all children. In particular children who become victims of bullying. Tadias will learn that believing in oneself and asking for help can help her world become a friendlier and more peaceful place.
“I like Me!”

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Published September 14, 2012 by Xlibris. 36 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Fiction

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Some children may not be able to assist the person who bullies them, as the protagonist does in Tadias and the Pitbully Tree, but they can be made aware that bullies probably don’t have a very good self image.

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