Kamyla Chung and the Classroom Bully: #RWYK Great Read Certified

#RWYK Certified Great Read #Review – Kamyla Chung and the Classroom Bully by Ellwyn Autumn

5 stars


Drumroll, please!  A brand NEW ReadingWithYourKids Certified Great Read is here!!

This is an exciting moment for us and we’re overjoyed to announce Kamyla Chung and the Classroom Bully by Ellwyn Autumn has won the Reading With Your Kids Certified Great Read status!

We LOVE Ellwyn’s book as it teaches children about empathy, feelings, kindness, compassion, tolerance and recognizing bullying behaviors.

Read on to learn more about Kamyla Chung and the Classroom Bully and help your kids learn about bullies as well as help them realize that sometimes bullying behavior is the outcome of something deeper! We hope you and your family enjoy reading this book as much as we did!


Let’s have a look at the Book Blurb

Kamyla Chung and the Classroom Bully by Ellwyn Autumn 

Kamyla Chung and the Classroom Bully

Kamyla Chung loves school! Then one day everything changes when a classmate named Nikita begins to disrupt the classroom. Kamyla grows anxious about Nikita’s hurtful behavior. It’s hard to learn and have fun in school with Nikita constantly misbehaving. One day the two girls have an argument and Kamyla gets hurt. Afterward, Kamyla learns of Nikita’s own struggles. Saddened by the unfortunate news, Kamyla rises to the challenge to help her troubled classmate.



Meet the Author: Ellwyn Autumn

Ellwyn autumn author

I live with my loving husband, two children, puppy and grandpuppy in Philadelphia, PA. I discovered my passion for writing in second grade when I had to write a book report for school. I was so excited to write the report until my mother told me that I had to write about someone else’s book and not my own story. I became indignant and decided that once I finished the book report I would most certainly write my own original story. I have been writing ever since!
My self-published book Chris Kringle’s Cops was a Finalist in The Reader’s Favorite Book Contest for 2016. I am so happy to share this story with you.
My picture book Kamyla Chung and the Creepy Crawlies was given a 5 Star rating by Reader’s Favorite Book Reviews in 2017.


For more information on Ellwyn and her book, please visit



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Our Review

Kamyla Chung and the Classroom Bully by Ellwyn Autumn 

Did you know 1 out of 4 kids are bullied and 1 out of 5 kids admit to being a bully? It’s important to teach kids about the negative effects of bullying, early-on. With the help of our RWYK Certified Great Read program, we are excited to bring to you a perfect book that addresses bullying, friendship, kindness and more.

Kamyla Chung and the Classroom Bully by Ellwyn Autumn and illustrated by Dahn Tran has a powerful anti-bullying message and follows the story of Kamyla Chung, who loves going to school until a new student in her class, Nikita begins to disrupt the classroom. It becomes difficult for Kamyla to learn and have a great time­­ in school with Nikita continually acting up. One day both the girls get into an argument and Kamyla gets hurt. Eventually, Nikita stops coming to school and Kamyla learns about Nikita’s struggles at her home and what inspired Nikita to act the way she did. Kamyla realizes that a small act of kindness–like giving Nikita a friendship can go a long way!­

The illustrations and use of color depict the changing feelings of the little girls in the story. It’s a wonderful conversation starter and brings forward a feeling that exists in every classroom. I love the storyline and love the fact that the classroom bully Nikita ended up with a friend. It also offers a nice way to teach kids about bullies as well as help them understand that sometimes bullying behavior is the result of something deeper.

I also love that this book promotes diversity by showcasing biracial parents -An African-American mom and a Chinese dad. The author does a great job by featuring a family that looks different than your typical children’s story. A great tool for parents and teachers to share lessons about diversity and family. Ellwyn’s book also introduces kids to the concept of foster care. It explains why some kids need to have foster parents.


Final Verdict

A different take on bullying

This is the book that parents can use to teach kids about bullying, an issue that often rears its head at the beginning of a new school year.

Kamyla Chung and the Classroom Bully

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