Bullies are a Pain in the Brain- Digital Download
Digital Download of the "Bullies are a Pain in the Brain" movie. (File Type: .mp4 about 320MB)
Synopsis "Every kid runs into bullies, and our hero Jack is no exception. After being picked on, pushed around and threatened by Henry the Bully, Jack tries self-defense, insults and even disguises to stop the bullying - but nothing's working. Finally, he comes up with a fail-safe solution - stay home from school forever! But, of course, Trevor and Jack's friend Skye aren't going to let him off so easy. From sketchbook to schoolyard, Trevor teaches Jack ways to handle a bully and the secrets for becoming bully-proof.
CINE Golden Eagle Award
Communicator Award - Crystal Award of Excellence
Kids First! 2005 Best Independent Series for Ages 5-8
Kids First! Endorsement
Learning Magazine Teachers' Choice Award
Parents' Choice Award - Silver Award
Interest Level: Ages 6–13
Run Time: 30 minutes
Studio: Porchlight Home Entertainment
File Type: .mp4 about 320MB
"Highly recommended for a child who is being bullied."
"Trevor Romain's Bullies Are a Pain in the Brain is perfect for showcasing how children can deal with bullying. Whether the bullying is happening to them or to someone around them, this book provides realistic ways to get through it all."
"After seeing this, I intend to purchase other titles in this series! Trevor Romain is a master at presenting sensitive subjects to children."
Kids First! Librarian Reviewer
"...concrete solutions on how to cope with not wanting to do homework or facing a bully at school."
Austin American-Statesman, January 8, 2005
"Outstanding. Gives kids options in dealing with bullies and insights into the behavior. Excellent springboard for counselors, parents, teachers..."
Kids First!, January 2005
"The punchy videos offer kids lessons on ways to cope with a variety of issues ..."
Austin Family, February 2005
"There's something Mr. Rogers-ish in the way Trevor Romain approaches kids and tries to help them with their problems."
The Dallas Morning News, January 26, 2005
"...present powerful messages that prepare children for happy and successful lives and empower families to talk about life’s tough situations in an honest and caring way."
"School psychologists, social workers, and classroom teachers will find this valuable springboard for discussions about bullies and how to deal with them."
School Library Journal
*Digital Download includes Public Performance Rights