Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon

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Putnam Publishing Group, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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When Molly Lou has to start in a new school, Ronald Durkin makes fun of her height and her buck teeth. But Molly has learned a lot from her grandma and knows just how to put him in place--in a very satisfying way. Illustrations.

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Molly Lou Melon doesn't look or sound like her other friends, but with the encouragement of her grandmother, she gains self-esteem. Once she starts at a new school and bully starts picking on her, she ... Read full review

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Molly Lou is quite small, but her grandma tells her to "stand tall". When moving to a new home, Molly Lou encounters a bully who tries to thwart Molly Lou each day. Molly's perseverance and spirit conquer each episode and help the bully discover a friend. Read full review

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About the author (2006)

David Catrow is the illustrator of many picture books including Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon and its sequel Have Fun, Molly Lou Melon, written by Patty Lovell; I Wanna Iguana and its two companion books I Wanna New Room and I Wanna Go Home, written by Karen Kaufman Orloff; Our Tree Named Steve by Alan Zweibel; The Middle Child Blues by Kristyn Crow; and We the Kids: the Preamble to the Constitution. He lives in Ohio with his wife, Deborah.

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