作者 Judy Blume

A cautionary tale about fifth-graders picking on their classmate and nicknaming her “Blubber” for being overweight, Jill is forced to choose between hurting “Blubber” and doing the right thing as the taunting escalates into violence. Told from the unique perspective of one of the bullies, Blubber warns of how easy the tables can turn with the bully becoming the victim, and how even “nice” kids can get sucked into the cycle of cruelty. Originally published in 1974 and inspired by the experiences of her own daughter, Blume’s painfully-realistic portrayal of bullying speaks to every generation of girls, and is a great conversation starter about the consequences of our actions and the need to stand up for others.

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