Bubba and Giganto

Bubba and Giganto

A review by RJ Medak – Freelance Writer

Ms. Lea Schizas tells the story of Bubba, bullying, and friendships formed while in the ninth grade. Bubba arrives at a new school, his father moves for construction work. On the first day of school, Bubba steps off the bus, thus begins a tale of opening one’s mouth. What happens as a result of this action? Think you know, don’t think so. You’ll have to read this engaging tale to find out.

This is a story that children and their parents should read. This is a story about more than just bullying, or being bullied by someone. Many things happen in our schools; this tale is about Bubba, David, and Jason. There is a backstory, as to why Jason acts the way he does towards people. Right or wrong, Jason directs his taunting toward David.

Ms. Schizas has woven a tale that is easy to read and contains living breathing character we can all connect with, and the time we spent in school. I would recommend this book to all for a good read, also learning something about bullying, and those that bully.

ISBN: 978-0-9797513-6-3

$10.99US

Available at: Amazon, and 4RV Publishing

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11 thoughts on “Bubba and Giganto

  1. Thank you for a wonderful review. I had a lot of fun writing it but to be honest the theme stemmed from some of my own children’s bullying they experienced during their elementary years. If one child can see themselves and stop bullying then I’ve done my job.

  2. A great review! I really enjoyed this book. My kids have had to deal with bullies, so I can relate – and so can they. I’ve always told them that deep inside, the bully is someone who really doesn’t like himself (or herself) much. They’re starting to believe me.

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