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How to Stop Being Bullied – A Kids’ Guide

by Ann Neville

5.00 out of 5
(1 customer review)

The non-fiction booklet gives children concrete strategies to use to prevent being bullied.

What can kids do to stop being bullied?
Are there strategies that kids can use to deal with bullying by themselves?
This guide answers questions such as:
What is bullying?
Who gets targeted and why?
How does it feel to be bullied?
Who can help?
How can kids bully-proof themselves?
What can be done about cyber bullying?
What can witnesses/bystanders do?
Do the bullies themselves need help?
What is the key ingredient of a safe world?
Teachers’ Resource Kit available which covers Levels 3 and 4 of The New Zealand Curriculum free from Teachers Resources – also available to parents

Reviews for How to Stop Being Bullied – A Kids’ Guide

  1. Belinda Mellor
    5 out of 5


    Look at what bullying is, how and why it happens, what victims can do to help themselves and what others can do, also how to help the bullies. There is a lot of common sense and good advice, some of which is from young people so should speak directly to victims and potential victims. Like the novel, Batjack, these books are straightforward, easy to use and understand, and very readable. Each book is useful alone. Together they form an excellent resource – a highly recommended addition to both home and institution libraries.

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