This story is about children learning to stand up to bullying. Not only do the students stand up for just themselves, they stand up for their peers as well. This book teaches both parents and children how to stop bullying if it has become an issue. Parents will learn creative ways to help guide their children into gaining the courage to stand up to bullying. I would use this book k-3rd grade. I would most likely use this book at the very start of the year to help stop bullying before it starts. I would incorporate jelly beans into the reading, to further engage the students. It would also be a great book to refer back to if a bullying incident had come to surface. It is also a good book to teach children that there might be more to a child than we see. The example used would be that the bully herself is the one getting bullied at home.