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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
How To Love Your Bully by Casey S. Bell is an interesting book that handles the topic of bullying in a different way. The author says that if anyone has an enemy, bully, or a hater, they need to exercise and strengthen their love muscles. It is important to give love to those who do not have it. If someone uses negative words to talk about you, we should retaliate with positive words. The book speaks about treating your bullies with love and kindness by listening with love, speaking with kindness, and using good words. The author’s words will encourage everyone to be the love the bullies lack so that they will soon become friends with you.
I like the author’s approach to the topic. It is unique and original. Many children are exposed to bullies while growing up and the author’s techniques and tips will help them handle bullying in a positive way. The illustrations do full justice to the author’s words and make the concept clear to young readers. It is a good bedtime storybook and can be used to read out in classrooms, school libraries, and Bible classes where children are taught good values, ethics, and morals. The author helps readers look at bullies with a different perspective. It is a useful book for children as it will guide them to handle bullies in a good way. It is useful for parents and tutors too, as it will guide them in helping children understand how to tackle a bully in a calm and peaceful way.