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Bullies Beware

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Books to help kids of all ages deal with the all-too-persistent problem of bullying. The list starts with non-fiction, moves to elementary, and then hits the YA scene. Many are award-winners or otherwise critically acclaimed. See the blog post on which the list is based at: http://49thshelf.com/Blog/2012/11/13/Bullies-Beware-Kids-and-YA-Books-for-Bullying-Awareness-Week
Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying

Deal with it and Ctrl Alt Delete it
edition:Paperback
also available: Hardcover
tagged : internet, bullying

Do you race home to log in on your computer and chat? But what can you do when that user comes on, the user that won't go away and is getting nastier by the day? Now it seems you can't go to any of your favourite sites without finding something nasty posted about you.
This volume in the "Deal With It" series examines the issues of online name-calling, rumours, and threats, and provides fun and practical tips to help kids surf and text safely.

[Fry Reading Level - 6.6

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Bullying

Bullying

Deal with it before push comes to shove, 2nd edition
edition:Paperback

Kids deal with bullying in its many forms on a daily basis. This newly revised and reissued edition of Bullying: Deal With It is a popular and proven resource in Lorimers Deal With It conflict resolution series. Quizzes, comics and graphic novel-style illustrations help make this an engaging and accessible way to approach a complex and all-too-common problem.

This book will give kids the know-how to deal with bullying, whether they are the targets, witnesses, or even bullies themselves.

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Deal With It Series Bullying & Conflict Resource Guide

Deal With It Series Bullying & Conflict Resource Guide

edition:eBook
also available: Paperback
tagged : bullying

Written by teachers and teacher-librarians who use the Deal With It series in their classrooms, this resource guide is divided into eight sections and provides activities to engage students in conflict resolution exercises based on topics covered in:
Arguing: Deal with it word by word
Bullying: Deal with it before push comes to shove
Cliques: Deal with it using what you have inside
Cyberbullying: Deal with it and ctrl alt delete it
Fighting: Deal with it without coming to blows
Gossip: Deal wit …

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Cliques

Cliques

Deal with it using what you have inside
by Kat Mototsune
illustrated by Ben Shannon
edition:eBook
also available: Hardcover Paperback

As long as there have been girls in schools, there have been cliques -- a particularly malicious and subtle form of bullying that isn't always recognized for what it is. And with the growing role of social media, their mean-spirited goals have only become easier to achieve.

Cliques: Deal with it using what you have inside, the latest book in the Deal With It series, offers young readers up-to-date discussions about: distinguishing groups from cliques, inclusion/exclusion, gossip, cyber-bullying, …

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It's just another day at school and all around you are the usual players.
Each table in the lunchroom has a different bunch of kids sitting at itthe jocks, the music and arts kids, the emos, the science nerds. Every time people get together it can be called a group, but there seem to be definite rules about who belongs where and who does not.
When people form groups with rules and expectations for members, the groups can be called cliques.
Cliques have the power to include and exclude.
That in-crowd of girls over there make up a clique. You know, they're not necessarily the prettiest, or the smartest, or the most athletic.
Not all of them have important parents or families with money. But, somehow, every boy wants them to notice him, and every girl wants to belong to their clique. They're the ones who decide what it's cool to do, what to wear, and what to be interested in.
So how does a clique decide who belongs and who doesn't?
Why can clique members be nice to some kids while victimizing or completely ignoring others?
Where exactly does that power come from?
If you want to know the ins and outs of cliques, this book can help.

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Eddie Longpants /hc

Eddie Longpants /hc

edition:Hardcover

Eddie Longpants is big. Really big. He has long legs and huge feet and gangly arms that dangle down from his shoulders and bump into everything. Every day at school, his classmates find new ways to bully him. When things get too painful, he takes refuge under his favorite tree.

But one day the bullying goes too far and the teacher notices. Then Eddie shows his tormentor that there's more than one way to behave. In the end Eddie and his classmates realize that being big isn't so bad after all, esp …

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Feather Brain

Feather Brain

edition:eBook
also available: Paperback

Lucas has dinosaurs on the brain, but he's a little short on friends. When he gets a new book on how to make model dinosaurs, he's inspired to make one immediately. He's not so inspired by his new dinosaur-making kit: all the box contains is a test tube of clear liquid and a few instructions. But when he mixes the liquid into his papier-maché goop, he gets much more than he bargained for, including the most unlikely friend.

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He launched himself at me again, raking his claws down my arm. I grabbed a book and beat him back. When he was on the floor on the far side of the bed, I dashed out the door, slamming it behind me. I leaned against it, panting, while he screamed and clawed at the door. What had I done?

 

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How to Tame a Bully

How to Tame a Bully

edition:Paperback
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How will Lauren cope with the new girl in her class who is bullying her? In this easy-to-read early chapter book, Lauren is thrilled to begin Grade 3 in her favourite teacher's class, and with her best friend. But also in the class is Bethany, a newcomer to the school - and a bully. As Lauren is subjected to a series of lunchtime and classroom challenges, she learns how to deal with her nemesis. Kids will relate to the familiar situations depicted in the story — being at a new school, making n …

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Lilly Traps the Bullies

Lilly Traps the Bullies

edition:Paperback
also available: Hardcover eBook

Lilly and Theresa run into bullies at the pool, Spider and Bugsy, who tease Theresa but take an interest in Lilly. Lilly faces tough decisions about being a good friend versus trying to fit in. Brenda Bellinghams story emphasizes the importance of problem-solving and teamwork in standing up to bullying.

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