October is National Bullying Prevention Month
October is designated as National Bullying Prevention Month. I hope that every day of every month can be viewed as a time to prevent bullying. We’ve created a list of exceptional titles on the topics of physical and verbal bullying, cyber bullying, peer pressure, cliques, and social stress, for guys and girls of all ages. The titles include information on prevention and intervention, as well as real-life stories. There are also many fiction titles featuring characters that deal with bullying. Let’s all do our part to end the cycle of bullying. View the entire list here.
This book provides eight smart, practical strategies to help educators, professionals, and parents tackle the difficult issue of bullying. Author Signe Whitson realizes that there’s no magic cure-all for the problem but presents quick and easy techniques that can make a huge difference in the lives of kids. Learn more and order here.
Little bull hasn’t been nice to the other animals. He calls them names and insults them. He learns a lesson by being called a bully and realizes that it’s more fun to be nice to others. Learn more and order here.
Read these powerful, true stories from 80 teens on the effects of bullying. The personal, conversational essays are told from the perspective of the victims, the bullies themselves, and bystanders that stood by and watched it happen. Learn more and order here.
Gabrielle Ford details her life in middle school as she deals with a degenerative muscle disease and being bullied. She takes comfort in a dog named Izzy and has the courage to take a stand against bullying. Learn more and order here.