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The much anticipated second children’s book authored by 16-year-old Ari Mazor is finally here!
Fred the monkey is not a snitch!
Fred is bullied but he is keeping it a secret.
A Bully in Monkeyville is Ari Mazor’s second published book. Ari’s first children’s book, Clothes Have Feelings Too! Charlie Learns to Care for His Things deals with cleanliness, neatness and putting things where they belong. Ari’s first literary effort was so well received it motivated him to continue writing for children and to address in his books issues that are pertinent and important to young readers
When Jason Brown moves to town he is lonely and friendless. Jason does not know how to make friends, so instead he picks on Fred who is much smaller than him. Fred is a good monkey who does not like to fight and does not like to tattle, so he keeps it all to himself. But when Fred stops playing outside and is no longer seen on the playground his concerned friends want to know why. Before long, Fred’s pals, among them Mighty Paul, Little Lizzy, Hairy Bill, Jodi, and Ted figure it all out. They make Fred realize that sometimes ‘telling’ is the right and heroic thing to do, as in the case of bullying. Telling friends, teachers and parents about bullies protects all kids and assures everyone’s safety.