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Friday, April 13, 2012

Latest Review of My Book:Short or Tall Doesn't Matter At All

5.0 out of 5 stars A Story To Be Shared, April 12, 2012
This review is from: Short or Tall Doesn't Matter At All: Dealing with bullying in school. (Paperback)
Mr. Bentrim has hit another home run. I have shared all of his stories with my grandchildren and this will be no exception. He has continued his style of introducing a topic and writing a story which applies to many. A reader of Mr. Bentrim's stories should never read in mono because his stories are always in stereo.

Just look at this story: a message for the parents, a message for concerned friends (neighbors), a message for classmates, a message for the bully, and a message for the bullied. It would be interesting to give this story to a bully and see what the reaction would be. The thing that impressed me the most with his story is the fact the bully and the bullied resolved the issue. It doesn't get any better than this.

In the real world, it would be nice if we could see well enough to help orchestrate endings like this. Maybe this story will help US see better!!!

Thanks Mr. Bill----Keep it up

Whit Gentry

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