Going to school is a misery for Sean. Whatever he does to avoid the school bully, Mark Thomas and his mates always catch up with him. Then the students join Warrior Kids, a programme that teaches leadership and self-control. So begins a journey for Mark and Sean that has a predictable outcome for one boy and a surprise for th... read more
|Author:||Cindy Miller Lcsw|
The Essential Guide To Bullying: Prevention And Intervention Explores all aspects of this problem —including cyberbullying—with practical steps on how to stop it.
A really effective way to tackle bullying among 9-12s is by helping children raise their self esteem. Most books about bullying tell children how to act without addressing how they feel. But the usual advice to 'ignore it' or 'say something smart' is doomed to fail, as you can't act brave and confident if you feel stressed an... read more
Mookey, the Monkey was born with no fur, not a single hair. His family loves to pat his smooth head and make him fun clothes. But when he starts school, some of his classmates stare and giggle and call him "Baldy." Mookey thinks acquiring fur is the answer, but his attempts don't work out the way he imagines. At the urgin... read more
A topical, humorous sequel to Cliffhanger about two boys who encounter bullies on holiday, from award-winning author Jacqueline Wilson. Now with a brand-new cover and introduction from the author.
Tim's quiet holiday in Wales, with his parents and his best friend Biscuits, unexpectedly becomes truly terribly adventurous... read more
A fun book about a sticky problem. Tama is being bullied by a nasty taniwha who happens to inhabit his local classroom. At a loss for solutions, he goes to his family for ideas. The story follows Tama as he tries out the suggestions and faces the taniwha. A great way for kids to explore different ways of dealing with bullies ... read more
Written for children, ages 6-12 who are victims to school bullies. Gus nudged his friend. 'Want to meet someone with blue cheese breath and stinky feet? Hey, Blue Cheese Breath, give me your homework so I can copy it.' I looked into Gus's mean green eyes... Steve has to do something about Gus. But what? He doesn't know ho... read more
Meet Mo Willems' latest character, Leonardo the Terrible Monster. Terrible at being a monster, that is. He doesn't have thousands of teeth, he's small, he's cute and, despite his best efforts, he can't seem to frighten anyone. Then, one day, he meets a nervous boy called Sam and finds out that being a good friend is a whole l... read more
A little boy is wondering why he is bullied by his classmate Peregrine Ffrogg. He asks himself various questions: 'Is it because he misses his mum? Is it because he still sucks his thumb? Is it because he smells like a pike? Is it because he can't ride a bike?' And the questions he asks lead him to a greater understanding of ... read more
From the moment your child starts playgroup or school and some kid steals their play lunch or favourite toy, parents worry about bullying. Its no wonder. Everyone is bullied at some stage in their life, and childhood memories of miseries in the playground or at home with siblings put parents on alert. Mark Dobson knows all ab... read more
|Series:||How Can I Deal with...?|
Sometimes you can sort out a problem on your own. But sometimes you need to ask for help. This book helps young children to make this decision and find out about and understand bullying. In this series case studies combine with sensible, practical advice to help children find out what to do in difficult situations.
Ben is being bullied at school. There is a group of boys who kick him, shove him and call him names. But how can he tell his parents? Will they understand? And what if he tells them and it just gets worse?
Experienced by one in five children at school, bullying can create a legacy which can be carried from childhood... read more