Jeanie Franz Ransom Jennifer Zivoin ISBN 9781433820489
32 pages. 10.2" x 8.3". Ages 3 - 6, Hardcover
A modern twist on the classic tale, Big Red and the Little Bitty Wolf demonstrates that sometimes an unexpected solution to being bullied can have surprising success. Big Red loves nothing more than tormenting Little Bitty Wolf. Little Bitty tries everything to get Big Red to stop bothering him, but nothing works until the school counselor gives him a good idea. This book can be used to spark a discussion with kids about bullying and show them that it is important to seek help.
Catherine DePino ISBN 9781591471127
48 pages. 6.1" x 8.9". Ages 4 - 8, Paperback
Gus is the school bully, and Steve is his latest victim. When Steve finally tells his parents about the problem, they help him formulate and practice a plan for discouraging Gus. The plan includes specific, practical tips for discouraging and coping with bullies. Steve soon puts it to use, with success.
Thomas feels like no matter what he does, he can’t escape Kyle’s persistent bullying. At school, at soccer—nowhere feels safe! “Mom said Kyle would grow over the summer and stop picking on me, but he didn’t grow up, he just grew.” With support from friends, classmates, and adults, Thomas starts to feel more confident in himself and his hobbies, while Kyle learns the importance of kindness to others.
Jayla feels threatened by her classmate Sam, who has bullied her in the past for her "nerdy" love of astronomy and stars. Sam is now bullying Jayla’s friend Luisa, and she enlists Jayla to participate. Jalya reluctantly joins in but soon realizes it is wrong. With the help of caring adults and friends, Jayla comes to sympathize with Luisa and finds the courage to dare to stand up to Sam and put an end to the bullying.
Sam is concerned about keeping things orderly and "cool" at school. She thinks people need to have a tough skin in order to fit in and withstand others’ meanness and lack of cooperation. Sam teases her free-spirited classmate Luisa and enlists a friend, Jayla, to help. But when Sam is confronted by a concerned teacher about her bullying, and Jayla turns on Sam and befriends Luisa, Sam begins to show some heart and rethink her treatment of others.
With full-color cartoons and humorous, kid-friendly text, Stand Up to Bullying! teaches kids how to safely take a stand against bullying, support kids who are targeted, and spread the word that bullying is not cool—it’s cruel. The power to end bullying starts with one person: you.
Here is the all-too-familiar story of Monica. She and Katie have been friends since kindergarten. Monica loves being around her when she's nice. But there are times when Katie can be just plain mean. And Monica doesn't understand why. Monica is a target of relational aggression, but with a little help from a supportive adult—her mother—Monica learns to cope and thrive by facing her fears and reclaiming power from her bully.
MY SECRET BULLY S$14
BULLYING IS A PAIN IN THE BRAIN S$15
Erin Frankel Paula Heaphy ISBN 9781575424965
Trevor Romain ISBN 9781575420233
Phyllis Goodstein & Elizabeth Verdick ISBN 9781575424835
Trudy Ludwig Abigail Marble ISBN 9780553509403
48 pages. 8" x 10". Ages 5 - 9, Paperback
112 pages. 5.1" x 7". Ages 8 - 13, Paperback
128 pages. 5.1" x 7". Ages 8 - 13, Paperback
32 pages. 8" x 10". Ages 6 - 9, Paperback
STAND UP TO BULLYING S$15
48 pages. 9.5" x 8". Ages 5 - 9, Hardcover
Erin Frankel Paula Heaphy ISBN 9781575424002
Erin Frankel Paula Heaphy ISBN 9781575423999
48 pages. 9.5" x 8". Ages 5 - 9, Hardcover
Bullies are mean. Bullies are scary. Bullies are a pain in the brain—and every child needs to know what to do when confronted by one. This book blends humor with serious, practical suggestions for coping with bullies. Trevor Romain reassures kids that they're not alone and it's not their fault if a bully decides to pick on them. He describes realistic ways to become "Bully-Proof," stop bullies from hurting others, and get help in dangerous situations.
Luisa is repeatedly teased and called "weird" by her classmate Sam, even though she is simply being herself—laughing with her friends, answering questions in class, and wearing her favorite polka-dot boots. Luisa initially reacts to the bullying by withdrawing and hiding her colorful nature. But with the support of her teachers, parents, classmates, and one special friend named Jayla, she is able to reclaim her color and resist Sam’s put-downs.