Oct 152014
 

Synopsis:

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In recognition of their great work, Mrs. Gecko, their school counselor, registers The Principle Gang for an anti-bullying conference in New York City. Enlisting the driving talents of Mrs. Fly, Danny the Wizard Lizard and Bli the Fly make the long drive to the Big Apple for the conference. Before the conference, Danny the Wizard Lizard shows his friends around the city, where they experience speeding taxis, street food, and the subway. At the conference, The Principle Gang shares their three rules to prevent bullying: don’t be mean; tell your teacher; and, be a friend. Mrs. Fly, Bli the Fly, and Danny the Wizard Lizard leave the Big Apple having signed up 132 new members of The Principle Gang—a resounding success for their anti-bullying mission!

Hott Review:

The images in this book are amazing!
Wizard Lizard Rides the Subway takes a strong stand against bullying by enforcing good principles in children of all ages and showing them what it means to not be a bully!

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Author: Dan Dugi, Bli Marston Dugi
Source: PR by the Book via Netgalley
Grade: B
Ages: 5+
Setting: New York City
Series: The Principle Gang Series, #2

Dr. Dan and Bli Dugi:

Dr. Dan and Bli Dugi have a combined 50 years experience as a physician and physician assistant team. With The Principle Gang series, they have created a way to connect with young children outside of the exam room. They live in Cuero, Texas with their daughter, Emmy.

Stop by & read more about their “No Bullies Allowed” Program and become a member of “The Principle Gang”:
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