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How can Ralph be so mean Lucy is one of a kind and Ralph loves to point that out Lucys defining moment comes when Ralph truly needs help Because she knows what she stands for, Lucy has the courage to make a good choice This charming story empowers children to always do the right thing and be proud of themselves, even when they are faced with someone as challenging as Ralph


10 thoughts on “Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun: Having the Courage To Be Who You Are

  1. Rossy Rossy says:

    Great story about bullying, sticking up for yourself and being proud of differences and who you are Loved the rules to live by at the end


  2. Anna Anna says:

    A good lesson for all kids on how to handle bullies through kindness.


  3. Maria Dismondy Maria Dismondy says:

    I am the author of this book and I love reading it to children It s important to spread this message to children at a young age.


  4. SurLeFur © SurLeFur © says:

    Cereal for breakfast,Club sandwich for lunchAre you ready for Spaghetti in a hot dog bun.


  5. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    I love this bookMy name is Jennifer Bisignano and I am a children s author myself I love this book because it promotes self awareness


  6. Sarah Sarah says:

    Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bunhttps www.youtube.com watch v 3cXWrSynthesis Lucy eats her spaghetti on a hot dog bun, the way that Papa Gino makes it for her He tells her that everyone is different, but that is what makes life exciting Even if we are different on the outside, we each have a heart with feelings on the inside When Lucy goes to school, she is continually picked on by a boy named Ralph who thinks it s gross to eat spaghetti that way and makes fun of Lucy s curly hair One day Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bunhttps www.youtube.com watch v 3cXWrSynthesis Lucy eats her spaghetti on a hot dog bun, the way that Papa Gino makes it for her He tells her that everyone is different, but that is what makes life exciting Even if we are different on the outside, we each have a heart with feelings on the inside When Lucy goes to school, she is continually picked on by a boy named Ralph who thinks it s gross to eat spaghetti that way and makes fun of Lucy s curly hair One day when Ralph is stuck on the playground, Lucy decides that she should help him instead of being mean back He draws her a nice picture as if to say he was sorry for treating her poorly Use of Text in the Classroom This is another great story to use at the beginning of the school year It teaches everyone about their differences, but to embrace them instead of being mean to someone about them It will help students have the courage to stick up for themselves and be proud of who they are, no matter if another person doesn t seem to like it at first This story can also be used to show how harmful bullying can be by how sad it makes Lucy There is the important message of bullying stops with me because Lucy decided to not be mean back to Ralph, breaking the cycle This is a wonderful book to build classroom community, especially among a diverse group of students This is a WOW Book BecauseThis is a WOW book for me because there are so many students from different backgrounds and different learning levels and capabilities in my placement classroom This would be a wonderful book for them to read to help them all understand why they are all different Some people may need one thing, and others another In the end though, we all have a heart with feelings This phrase makes this book a WOW book for me because it is a phrase a teacher could use throughout the year to get the students to think about their actions By saying that, the students will think of this book and the lesson they learned from it, and hopefully be able to be courageous and make the right decision in friendship and fairness


  7. Jordyn Hunter Jordyn Hunter says:

    This book showed the true meaning behind overcoming negative interactions The character Lucy none stopped was teased and made fun of by Ralph She did not retaliate in a rude manner but she did the exact opposite She helped him when he was in need This book was an excellent example to show children that you don t always have to react in the same manner than was presented towards you It is always better to rise up and show gratitude and appreciation towards any situation, positive or negative This book showed the true meaning behind overcoming negative interactions The character Lucy none stopped was teased and made fun of by Ralph She did not retaliate in a rude manner but she did the exact opposite She helped him when he was in need This book was an excellent example to show children that you don t always have to react in the same manner than was presented towards you It is always better to rise up and show gratitude and appreciation towards any situation, positive or negative This book is an excellent read


  8. Kathryn Boyle Kathryn Boyle says:

    This is a touching story about a girl called Lucy who lived with her grandfather, Papa Gino Papa Gino encouraged Lucy to be different and told her that everyone does not have to like the same things He reminded her that Even if we are different from others on the outside, we all have a heart with feelings on the inside and asked her to always treat others with love and kindness.While Lucy is at school, one of her classmates, Ralph made fun of her hair and called her a poodle He continued to This is a touching story about a girl called Lucy who lived with her grandfather, Papa Gino Papa Gino encouraged Lucy to be different and told her that everyone does not have to like the same things He reminded her that Even if we are different from others on the outside, we all have a heart with feelings on the inside and asked her to always treat others with love and kindness.While Lucy is at school, one of her classmates, Ralph made fun of her hair and called her a poodle He continued to pick on her at lunchtime when he made fun of her food by shouting Yuck That s the disgusting smell Who ever heard of eating spaghetti in a hot dog bun This upset Lucy and she began to cry.Lucy thought about her day on the way home and wondered if Ralph was being mean to her because he thought that being different was a bad thing and she wished that he would stop teasing her Lucy found it hard to sleep that night as she worried about Ralph and how he would treat her the next day at school.The next day, Ralph continued to be mean to Lucy and made fun of her in front of the whole class She played alone at break time and didn t want to tell the teacher about anything as she was afraid of being called a tattletale At playtime, Ralph got stuck at the top of the monkey bars and all the children laughed Lucy was very angry with him and decided that she would tell him how mean she thought he was At this point, she saw that Ralph had tears in his eyes and was scared and she suddenly remembered Papa Gino s words about being kind to others She decided to help Ralph down from the monkey bars On the bus ride home, Ralph drew Lucy a nice picture to thank her for helping him When she got home, She told Papa Gino all about what had happened and he was so proud of her for listening to what he had told her about treating others the way you want to be treated.This book is aimed at children aged 5 It is a great story to use to discuss bullying The book also teaches several lessons for children being different is okay, treating others the way you would like to be treated and how to deal with being bullied It teaches children to respect each other s differences I think that this would be a good book to read aloud to a key stage 1 class to encourage positive behaviour and also to have on a classroom shelf for independent reading


  9. Meghan Brigan Meghan Brigan says:

    Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun uses an endearing little girl to teach a powerful lesson She is bullied for being different but when she has the chance to bully someone back she remembers that everyone has a heart This book is for children age five and up It is very realistic because everyone has qualties that make them different from others and sometimes that results in being bullied I think all children can connect with this book because it will teach them to embrace being different.


  10. Ashley Hartley Ashley Hartley says:

    This story is particularly useful for my text set because it emphasizes the need to be respectful for moral reasons This is an important lesson to teach because students may overlook this aspect in favor of only treating others nicely in order to get something in return Although that is one possible benefit, it should not be the focus since that would also allow mistreating people who do not have anything to offer in return.