Meet Noah Shrimpton, a confident and happy kid until he starts at a new school. At school a kid named Connor decides to pick on him. This makes Noah upset and he uses his journal to draw all kinds of doodles about how to stand up to his bully. In class, Noah is too afraid to say anything to Connor because he is scared of making things worse. Finally, one day, Noah finds a friend. Can she help him stand up to the big tall bully?
Read and find out what how Noah overcomes this challenge, from award-winning picture book author Catherine Allison and illustrator Kim Geyer.
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Kim Geyer was born in London and studied at Loughborough College of Art. Her artwork has been exhibited at Bankside and the V&A, as well as The Affordable Art Fair and other small venues. This is her first picure book and is based on the true story of her daughter and their puppy Lolly....More about Kim Geyer