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When Gruff, Ruff, and Tuff, bully their way across a bridge and into a meadow -- teasing a kind ogre and butting small animals along the way. The ogre, frustrated that being friendly and polite didn't work, hatches a plan to teach the "bully" goats a lesson. This twist on "The Three Billy Goats Gruff" is a great read-aloud (and discussion starter) will have kids laughing iWhen Gruff, Ruff, and Tuff, bully their way across a bridge and into a meadow -- teasing a kind ogre and butting small animals along the way. The ogre, frustrated that being friendly and polite didn't work, hatches a plan to teach the "bully" goats a lesson. This twist on "The Three Billy Goats Gruff" is a great read-aloud (and discussion starter) will have kids laughing in the aisles....

Title : The Three Bully Goats
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ISBN : 9780807579008
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Three Bully Goats Reviews

  • Connie
    2019-06-26 23:47

    Sometimes it takes a powerful response to overcome a bully.

  • Bethany
    2019-06-20 19:53

    Message-heavy

  • NatalieSapkarov Harvey
    2019-06-11 00:50

    Not sure I appreciate the message in this one - stand up to bullies by skunking them. Hmm.

  • Ally Lindley
    2019-06-21 19:54

    I think this would be a great book to read to young students to help them understand bullying. There is so much bullying that occurs today, it would be helpful to inform them how to stand up to bullies. In this case, it took a group of friends and a plan to defeat the Bully Goats. This story could help students understand that if they stand up together, they may win against bullies.

  • Diane
    2019-06-19 18:44

    Gruff, Ruff & Tuff learn their lesson when they try to bully a bunch of baby skunks and the ogre's the nice guy

  • Koorihime-sama
    2019-06-03 20:02

    CHECKED OUT THE BOOK FROM MY PUBLIC LIBRARY.APART OF THE GOODREADS 2011 READING CHALLENGE.Review/Rating:5 out of 5Ease of Reading Text: 5 out of 5Illustrations: 5 out of 5Plot: 5 out of 5Three goats, Gruff, Rugg, and Tuff, are nothing but bullies to everyone in the meadow. When they pass over the little ogre’s bridge, they ruin the peace on the other side of the meadow. However, the bullies will learn their lesson, when they pick on the wrong animal.This book puts a very nice twist on the children’s classic, The Three Billy Goats Gruff. It still has the basic outline of the original, but the author changes the characters personality and even adds something to make it a little different from it. The author makes it so that the goats are the bad guys and the ogre is the good one. Even with some slight changes, it was still a nice and interesting take.Also, I think the illustrations were more adorable than the original. :P They had a very soft and gentle feeling to them, and they were enjoyable to look at. It was also very easy to read/see the text.Overall, the book is a very enjoyable read, so go ahead and read it to your children. :D

  • RLL22016Catherine Cooper
    2019-06-13 19:53

    Here bully goats gruff was such a great book! I loved the story. I picked this story because I read it to my class of 3-5 year olds and they were so I tuned with the story. The descriptive words that he author uses to describe the troll, and the vibrant colors in the book are what make this such a great read. The way the story is written allows for me the reader to give it such life because of the descriptions, and adjectives used. It had words that I could help explain to my students, and it caused them to pay more attention because of how greatly it was written. It had beautiful pictures, and and great ending with the troll being tricked and tossed into the water and never seen again. It was funny and interesting. I would love to read it to my own kids at home.

  • Amy
    2019-05-29 20:58

    My nephew pulled this one off the shelf at the library today, and he seemed to think it was an acceptable book. I wasn't sure that he was really tuning in to the words of the story, but he was certainly absorbing the pictures. He wanted to check this one out, but I sat it down and forgot it. He was able to relay this story to his sister, however, and much to my surprise, he actually *had* been listening to the words!It was a fine enough story. I think that there are better books about bullies out there, but this one wasn't *terrible.* I thought it was a little boring, but my nephew liked it well enough to tell the tale to his sister, so it must have some appeal.

  • Heidi-Marie
    2019-06-03 01:02

    Love the illustrations in this, especially of the other animals and their expressions. And I really liked the twist of this story. I wasn't too keen on the writing. What was up with "Brazil" in the taunting chant? It didn't fit in at all! And I didn't like the use of "stinky heads," since it wasn't the animal's heads that were stinky. The story has promise, but if I were to tell it--either in a storytime or a lapread, I'd tell it in my own words.

  • Angie
    2019-06-04 18:56

    Eh. In the quest for stories to "start discussions" about bullying we were bound to get some less than fantastic ones.Is it BAD? No. Is it GOOD? No. Not that, either. The kids may still like it. Haven't decided yet if I think that is OK or not. :/

  • Callie Risse
    2019-05-30 23:55

    I used this book with second grade students to teach them how to compare and contrast 2 stories. My favorite thing about this book is the bright color on each page; it made all of the children want to read it.

  • Samantha
    2019-05-31 00:11

    This book reads a lot like The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs in that the innocent goats are cast as the bad guys and the troll, or in this story ogre, is the victim. A funny take on a classic fairy tale. This would be a good read aloud for lower elementary school students.

  • hhhhhhhhh
    2019-05-30 19:50

    so the moral of the story is... stink bomb thy oppressor?

  • Smbyrne
    2019-06-03 20:48

    This is the story of three "bully" goats. They learn a lesson from a sweet ogre and some baby skunks.

  • Peacegal
    2019-06-10 17:44

    Cute twist on the story we all know.