Bullies in the Headlights

Bullies in the Headlights The Buckley boys are headed back to school for another year But unfortunately so are the Hagbarts and they re out for revenge Matthew Buckley and his brothers may have won a single small battle over

  • Title: Bullies in the Headlights
  • Author: Matthew Buckley
  • ISBN: 9781598113266
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Buckley boys are headed back to school for another year But unfortunately, so are the Hagbarts and they re out for revenge Matthew Buckley and his brothers may have won a single small battle over the summer, but the war is far from over Luckily, thought the Hagbarts may be meaner, the Buckleys are smarter or were smarter The sight of Matthew s underwear at theThe Buckley boys are headed back to school for another year But unfortunately, so are the Hagbarts and they re out for revenge Matthew Buckley and his brothers may have won a single small battle over the summer, but the war is far from over Luckily, thought the Hagbarts may be meaner, the Buckleys are smarter or were smarter The sight of Matthew s underwear at the top of the school flagpole loudly states that the Hagbart bullies are getting help from someone quite clever.Soon the war of wits escalates to an incredible scheme designed to get the ultimate revenge on the Hagbarts But now that Matthew has been learning that he s supposed to do good to those who hate him, what will he do when a little push becomes a great big shove Take a hilarious trip back to school in this delightful adventure with a message of forgiveness that will echo long after the last page has been turned.

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    955 thoughts on “Bullies in the Headlights”

    1. I love these books. They are so fun and they always have a good message. The personal family stories are HILARIOUS. You can't help but laugh aloud. If you have never read these, or even heard of them, I HIGHLY recommend them. They are great for families and it's guaranteed to make you laugh. The first one is called Chickens in the Headlights.


    2. Well if you're in the mood for something romantic this is not your kind of book. This is filled with humor, and stories to tell to your younger siblings to make them fall down laughing!!!I loved this book and I think you will too!


    3. Each night my wife and I read with the kids before bedtime. Over the summer, the kids got this pair of books and we started reading them.We unintentionally read them out of order, starting with Bullies. It didn't make a huge difference. There were a couple of references to the first book, but they were explained well enough that we didn't miss anything. And when we did go back and read Chickens, we already knew who the bullies were when they showed up at the 4th of July celebration.The books wer [...]


    4. Matthew Buckley and his brothers, Peter and Simon, have a problem-bullies. The bullies,the Hagberts, have been picking on them since school started because they had a huge fight in the summer. There was also a new kid in town named Allen, who became their friend. So the Buckley's had to get back at the bullies; they pulled a little prank on them. That is what started the war. Prank after prank happened until around Christmas. That is when they were going to get them back for good. At the Christm [...]


    5. This book was not quite as laugh out loud hilarious as the first book, at least for me, until well over halfway through, but I still really enjoyed it and I actually went ahead and gave it 5 stars because of the message and how well, I thought, it was taught. The people in the book aren't perfect, any of them. Even Brother Winston who teaches Matthew's Primary class has a past. I did figure out who was helping the Hagbarts (aka the bullies) pretty much right away. There were so many funny things [...]


    6. I learned to love those around you no matter how they treat you. I had an experience early on in my life similar to the main character Matthew (who is also the author), not quite the bully one, but similar. My mother always told me growing up not to judge others by their actions as you don't know what they have been through to make them that way. I had a couple experiences with that life lesson and it will forever be ingrained on my mind and in my heart to love those around us as we really have [...]


    7. This is great book to read with your kids. I hinted horribly that I wanted it for Mother's Day right after it came out in 2007. Luckily, my oldest son bought a copy for me & one for him. We had the best time asking each other, "What page are you on?" We cannot wait for the next one, "Scouts in the Headlights". At the time I started reading this series of books, I did not have any Scouts in my house, I just had Cub Scouts and was learning the ropes of Cub Master. Well now I have two boys who [...]


    8. This is the second book in the Chickens in the Headlights series. It's a cute book for the whole family. It is about the Buckley family, who has seven boys, and the boys' problems with the Hagbart bullies. It gives you something to think about. What is the best way to handle really mean bullies who hurt you every time they see you? Do you keep getting them back or do you forgive? What if they deserve everything you dish out? What if you aren't really hurting them? Then, is it okay to play mean t [...]


    9. This is good as the first. There are parts that I remember especially from the first time I read it with my family. Like the black walnuts and the pot licker. But there is something more we can find in this one. We learn a lesson that we all have a hard time with. And that is we all need to love everyone, no matter what they have done in the past. And that is something that makes this book so good.


    10. This was another good story from Matthew Buckley. My boys are again enjoying as I read it to them - especially since the book starts at the beginning of school and they just started school again. I love how the author tells a story--his timing is always perfect. This didn't have me chortling as often, but I liked it just as much as "Chickens in the Headlights" or maybe even more because of the touching finish of how it all comes together.


    11. My family has listened to this audio book on a few roadtrips and has kept us awake, laughing, and a bit more understanding of each other. I loved the way this book was written from a child's perspective. It helped me understand what must be going through my boys' heads when I am scratching mine. The message in this book was a great one too.


    12. My boys and I loved this book. We read a chapter or two each night before bed. They always wanted to read more. The Buckley boys had quite the adventures dodging the bullies and seeking revenge. In the end they found out it is not always fun to get revenge, but saw the bullies in a different light. It was a good moral for my boys to learn. Turning the other cheek is not just for whimps.


    13. We listened to the audio book on a long car trip and my family was laughing out loud all over again in this sequel. We love the first one best, but this was great too and something my whole family enjoyed--which is pretty amazing with kids ranging from 17-5! (Several of my kids had read this book, but thought it was funnier listening to it aloud.)


    14. An believable portrayal of what it's like to be a kid, growing up in a big family, making friends, and being harassed by school bullies. Funny and cute, the book is directed at an LDS audience but I think it could be enjoyed by anyone.


    15. We listened to this book on tape on our way home from Utah one time, and my boys were so enthralled with it that when we got home they sat on the couch and listened to the rest of it. It's not quite as good as Chickens in the Headlights, but it's very close. And it has a good message.


    16. I thought the last one had a lot more funny parts in it, but this was good too. I'm more excited for the next book, as my brother is in scouts and always has all kinds of funny stories to tell us. (2.5, but that rounds up to three).


    17. I liked this book even better than the first one because it continued with great humor for kids, but it also had a great message about forgiveness and a great story about learning to deal with bullies.We listened to the audio version and loved it!


    18. Our family really enjoyed this second book written by Matthew Buckley. Lots to laugh about, and lots to learn about as the Buckley boys learn that revenge is not the best answer in dealing with the neighborhood bullies.


    19. I give this one 4 1/2 stars. Overall it wasn't QUITE as funny as the first, but still a really fun read. He's so good at remembering what it was like to be a kid. Also there's a good lesson to be learned in this book. I loved it, and I'm excited for more of his books to come out.


    20. Again, listened to the audio book. Laughed til it hurt a few times. This book has a more serious side than the first book and has a pretty heavy message at the end that luckily my 4-year-old didn't really understand. But it's a great listen for parents.


    21. I think listening to it is better with the voices. I listened to the Chickens in the Headlights and LOVE it. I read Bullies in the Headlights and didn't laught as much, but there was a good message.


    22. Fun stuff! Just as good or better than the first in this series. I liked the parents better in this one. I laughed out loud and had to share this one too! I can't wait for the next one. It is supposed to be about scouting. LDS, but not churchy.





    23. Again - we listened to the audio book on this one. I didn't love it as much as the first book, but it was still a lot of fun and we were all giggling and chuckling as we went along.



    24. Like Chickens in the Headlights, this book has moments where it is laugh out loud funny. But it also offers a great lesson in forgiveness. I really enjoyed it.




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