PUYB Tour Spotlight: Super Luke Faces His Bully by Dr. Jackie C. Cogswell

Posted 7 May, 2012 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Spotlights, Giveaways / 4 Comments

Super Luke Faces His Bully
Dr. Jackie C. Cogswell
Giggleheart Adventures, #2
Divine Inspiration Publishing
January 1, 2012
214 pages
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Super Luke Faces His Bully is a fun loving adventure spoken straight from the heart of a super-sweet eight-year-old bully victim, Luke Giggleheart. The Word of God is used as a lens to examine some of the issues that can make a person act like either a bully or a victim. During this adventure, Luke, our tender-hearted bully victim, learns about fear, being courageous and getting adults to help, while praying for his enemies.

Author Dr. Jackie C. Cogswell

About the Author: 
Dr. Jackie Chirco Cogswell is a family physician, wife, mother, former school teacher, and now author of a series of Christian children’s novels, the GIGGLEHEART ADVENTURE SERIES. Writing Christian books and reading the Bible has become her passion.
In recent years, Dr. Jackie has been led to teach children of all ages how to prevent and stop bullying. As a Christian mother, the issue of bullying became very personal to her when her child was bullied in elementary school. Through the many struggles her son had with bullies, Dr. Jackie learned from firsthand experience how to tackle bullying from a Christian perspective. SUPER LUKE FACES HIS BULLY was inspired by her son’s personal struggle and the good Lord, “Who equips us for every battle andgives us strength.”

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4 responses to “PUYB Tour Spotlight: Super Luke Faces His Bully by Dr. Jackie C. Cogswell

  1. Thanks for featuring Dr. Jackie’s book today, Molly. I’ve read this one. It’s great for parents looking for how to tackle the issue of bullying from a Christian perspective.

    Good luck to all who enter.

  2. Crystal Newman

    Thanks for the head’s up Molly. It’s sad that a book like this has to be written. I know how bad bullying can be because i’ve got two kids with autism and they have to go through it all the time and it makes me mad to think about it.

  3. Rebecca Knight

    My son has dealt with bully’s too and it breaks my heart. The school’s claim there is a zero tolerance for bullying but when I sought help from them in dealing with it. They did absolutely nothing instead they told my son “the victim” that he needed to change and not let the bully’s upset him….He was coming home with BRUISES! That’s not something to sweap under the rug. He is in 6th grade but they moved them to junior high this year and he is with much older kids. I have considered homeschooling him next year because of all that has gone on.

  4. September Sullivan

    I agree its a shame a book like this has to be written in the first place! 🙁

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