Borris is a bully at Talking Toodles farm. Borris discovers his size is bigger than all the other animals at Talking Toodles Farm; therefore he bullies his way for food, water and hay taking a large space in the barn for sleeping, leaving all the other animals nowhere to sleep.The animals at Talking Toodles Farm take a stand against Borris and decides to tell Farmer Farley of Borris behavior. Farmer Farley explains to Borris that being a bully isn't nice. Borris learns a valuable lesson about being a bully. Borris learns (nobody likes a bully). Borris apologizes to all the animals for his behavior.KaSandra Winters book Borris the Bully brings awareness against bullying. Our goal is to help children learn the fundamentals of respect for one another, regardless of race, gender or culture.