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Am I Safe Here? LGBTQ Teens and Bullying In the Schools. Donn Short, $22.95

This book shines a light on the marginalization and bullying faced by LGBTQ youth, offering a new conceptualization of school safety. Donn Short treats students as the experts on what happens in their schools, giving them a chance to speak for themselves. They identify what it would take to make a school truly safe — insightfully explaining that safety doesn’t come merely from security cameras, ID tags, and dress codes, but from a culture that values equity and social justice. Revealing the reality of going to school in an environment that implicitly (and sometimes explicitly) endorses homophobia, heterosexism, and heteronormativity, the students share their ideas about how to change school culture. They envision a future in which LGBTQ youth are an expected, respected, and celebrated part of school life.

Am I Safe Here? explores what needs to be done to create equitable and inclusive schools – but it is not strictly about formal professional development plans. Rather, it draws from the informal, spontaneous, timely, and relevant words of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered students to show that nothing less than a total culture change is needed.

This book is written for teachers, administrators, pre-service teachers, guidance counsellors, social workers, trustees, parents, and other LGBTQ allies who want to promote student safety and school improvement by creating a safe and inclusive school for LGBTQ students.


Be Bully Free: a Hands-On Guide to How You Can Take Control. Michael Panckridge & Catherine Thornton, $25.95

With bullying affecting approximately one in five children, and an increase in bullying on social media, it remains a frighteningly common issue for children growing up today. Written in a young adult fiction style, Be Bully Free gives the recipient of bullying direct and practical advice to help empower them and take back control of their situation.

The advice is grounded in real world, everyday bullying scenarios and additional information is provided to help children in a range of well-being areas such as nutrition, exercise, sleep, anxiety and more, making the book a highly valuable resource for any child 11+ who is experiencing or has experienced bullying. Sections for families and schools are also included.


BULLIED: What Every Parent, Teacher, and Kid Needs to Know about Ending the Cycle of Fear. Carrie Goldman, $18.50

Carrie Goldman became an unexpected voice for the anti-bullying movement after her blog post about her daughter Katie's bullying experience went viral and an online community of support generated international attention. In BULLIED, Goldman brings together the expertise of leading authorities with the candid accounts of families dealing firsthand with peer victimization to present proven strategies and concrete tools for teaching children how to speak up and carry themselves with confidence; call each other out on cruelty; resolve conflict; cope with teasing, taunting, physical abuse, and cyberbullying; and be smart consumers of technology and media. As a mother, she calls on us all—families, schools, communities, retailers, celebrities, and media—to fiercely examine our own stereotypes and embrace our joint responsibility for creating a culture of acceptance and respect.

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Bully: an Action Plan for Teachers, Parents, and Communities to Combat the Bullying Crisis. Lee Hirsch & Cynthia Lowen, $18.50

An empowering companion to the acclaimed film BULLY, this book brings the story of the documentary beyond the closing credits, continuing the crucial conversation inspired by the film. Personal anecdotes and essays from prominent anti-bullying activists, celebrities, renowned experts, authors, government officials, and educators offer powerful insights, resources, and concrete steps to combat the bullying epidemic. The book also follows the stories of the families featured in the film, who contribute valuable advice.


The Bully-Go-Round: Literacy and Arts Strategies for Promoting Bully Awareness in the Classroom. Larry Swartz, $12.95

Combat the bullying epidemic with powerful and positive ways to connect, react, and respond to personal stories and important events that lead to a better understanding of the complex issues around bullying. THE BULLY-GO-ROUND will help students better know themselves and their peers, and avoid being caught in the cycle of the bully, the bullied, and the bystander. This compact little flipbook offers more than 35 activities; including responding in writing, in art, and in role, along with lists of resources, discussion prompts, and tips for teachers on providing a forum to explore the bullying issue.


Bullying in the Girl’s World: a School-Wide Approach to Girl Bullying. Diane Senn, $48.95 (Grades 3 – 8)

BULLYING IN THE GIRL'S WORLD provides the information required to motivate change and develop the skills and strategies to make it happen.

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Bullying: a Guide to Research, Intervention, and Prevention. Faye Mishna, $72.95

With the increased recognition of the devastating effects of bullying, there is now a tremendous amount of information available on its prevalence, associated factors, and the evaluation data on well known school-wide anti-bullying education, prevention, and intervention programs. Yet numerous complex issues span individual and societal variables, making the task of understanding, assessing, and responding to bullying on the ground complicated for researchers and nearly impossible for school-based practitioners. 

Untangling some of the thorny issues around what causes and constitutes bullying, including how to think differently about overlapping phenomena such as racism, sexism, homophobia, or sexual harassment, Faye Mishna presents an exhaustive body of empirical and theoretical literature in such a way as to be accessible to both students and practitioners. The result is an integrated, nuanced synthesis of current and cutting-edge scholarship that will appeal to students, practitioners, and researchers in social work, education, and psychology.


Bullying Prevention for Schools: a Step-by-Step Guide to Implementing a Successful Anti-Bullying Program. Allan Beane, $48.00

Bullying can be found in every school system, school, and classroom. It is destructive to the well-being of students, creates unsafe schools, and impacts learning. School personnel, parents, and communities are increasingly realizing the importance of putting effective anti-bullying strategies and policies in place that will create safe, caring, and peaceful schools where all students feel a sense of belonging and acceptance. BULLYING PREVENTION FOR SCHOOLS is a step-by-step guide to implementing an anti-bullying program in individual schools or throughout a district.


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Bullying and Students with Disabilities: Strategies and Techniques to Create a Safe Learning Environment for All. Barry Edwards McNamara, $54.50

A 2007 study uncovered a shocking fact: 80% of children with learning disabilities are bullied at school. As schools implement bullying policies, are they doing enough to address the unique needs of this 80%? 

Drawing on extensive studies on bullying in schools, Barry McNamara provides a research-based overview to understand bullying. Additionally, this book shows how to identify bullies and victims and implement an effective and inclusive bullying prevention program. Readers will discover:

  • What research says about bullying against students with disabilities
  • How programs typically fail to serve this population
  • A roadmap for an inclusive school-wide program
  • Special intervention and coping strategies

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Bully-Proof Your Classroom Teaching Kit (K-3). Scholastic Books, $29.99

This practical kit for primary school teachers includes six picture books with lessons for teaching children strategies to handle bullying in effective and appropriate ways. The kit also includes information for educators on bullying, a teaching guide with lessons, activities and reproducibles and a two-sided poster to hang in the classroom.


Children and Bullying; How Parents and Educators Can Reduce Bullying at School. Ken Rigby, $23.99

Scarcely a day goes by without reports of school bullying or recommendations for quick fixes to the problem. Parents and educators are often left trying to solve a difficult issue without sufficient evidence to support suggested remedies. CHILDRENA ND BULLYING is a vital resource in the quest to create safe learning environments. Drawing on a wealth of research, Ken Rigby provides clear explanations and effective strategies for combating bullying among children and preventing children from becoming involved in bullying situations:

  • Offers a collaborative approach to the school-based bullying problem
  • Emphasizes the crucial role student bystanders can play in countering bullying, and how to promote positive bystander behaviors
  • Examines contentious research, such as the role genetics or parenting in early childhood may play in creating bullies and victims
  • Answers to FAQs by parents in the final chapter are often controversial but intended to stimulate thought

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Cyberbullying and Cyberthreats: Responding to the Challenge of Online Social Aggression, Threats, and Distress. Nancy Willard, $44.95

This valuable resource provides school counselors, administrators, and teachers with cutting-edge information on how to prevent and respond to cyberbullying and cyberthreats. It addresses real-life situations that often occur as students embrace the Internet and other digital technologies.The book provides detailed guidelines for managing in-school use of the Internet and personal digital devices, including cell phones. Appendices contain reproducible forms for assessment, planning, and intervention, as well as detailed student and parent guides.


Cyberbullying and E-safety: What Educators and Other Professionals Need to Know. Adrienne Katz, $37.95

Cyberbullying is rife, affecting one in five 10–19 year olds. It causes anxiety, unhappiness and mental health problems; in extreme cases even leading to suicide.

This book provides a compelling and up to date account of the constantly evolving problem of cyberbullying: the different forms it can take, how the impact differs on boys and girls of different ages, and which children are most vulnerable. CYBERBULLYING AND E-SAFETY provides a revealing account of the direct experiences and views of children. It describes how a new world where emerging technologies such as smartphones have transformed online social behaviour requires a new, more relevant approach to e-safety and the problem of cyberbullying. The author provides this in the form of a youth-led, age- and gender-appropriate model for cyber-education in the modern world; a 3-tier model comprising universal e-safety education accompanied by targeted and intensive support and advice for children at most risk. She also outlines a school-wide model for preventing and responding to cyberbullying in children, young people and teachers, and provides a wealth of guidance and tools for individuals and schools including templates and lesson plans.


Cyberbullying: Identification, Prevention and Response. Sameer Hinduja & Justin Patchin, $13.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

Cyberbullying is having a profound impact on students across the globe and educators are scrambling to deal with it. Threatening text messages, unauthorized dissemination of private videos, and postings on social networking sites are just a few of the many ways students are using cell phones and computers to ridicule, humiliate, harass and intimidate one another.

This easy-to-use laminated guide helps educators on the front lines be better equipped to implement strategies that prevent cyberbullying and to respond quickly and effectively when it happens.

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Cyber-Bullying: Issues and Solutions for the School, the Classroom and the Home. Shaheen Shariff, $65.70

Cyber-bullying is expanding with the use of modern technology — home computers and personal mobile phones — and provides youth with ‘an arsenal of weapons for social cruelty’. Addressing the policy vacuum relating to the boundaries of on-line supervision through informed guidelines for school administrators, teachers, parents and policy-makers, this book will help all stakeholders navigate the emerging challenges relating to student freedom of expression, privacy, safety and discipline in cyber-space.


Cyberbullying Prevention and Response: Expert Perspectives. Justin Patchin & Sameer Hinduja, $64.50

Just as the previous generation was raised in front of televisions, adolescents at the turn of the 21st century are being raised in an internet-enabled world where blogs, social networking, and instant messaging are competing with face-to-face and telephone communication as the dominant means through which personal interaction takes place. Unfortunately, a small but growing proportion of our youth are being exposed online to interpersonal violence, aggression, and harassment via cyberbullying. The mission of this book is to explore the many critical issues surrounding this new phenomenon. This book is appropriate for teachers, administrators, parents and others seeking research-based guidance on how to deal with the rising tide of cyberbullying issues.


An Educator's Guide to Bullying Prevention. Kenneth Shore, $13.95 (Laminated Booklet)

This 6-page, laminated reference guide is designed to help educators understand the nature and impact of school bullying. Strategies for prevention and dealing with incidents, including cyberbullying, are discussed.

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The 8 Keys to End Bullying Activity Book for Kids & Tweens. Signe Whitson, $25.95

A comprehensive, skill-building bullying prevention activity book for school-aged readers, The 8 Keys to End Bullying Activity Book for Kids & Tweens is designed to be both useful and fun. There are quizzes, experiments, questions, and answers mixed in with games, puzzles, journaling challenges, and real-life stories that teach kids how to:

  • Tell the difference between rudeness, mean behavior, and bullying
  • Respond well when someone is bullying them
  • Stand up for someone else before, during, and after bullying
  • Have fun online and while texting without hurting others or putting themselves at risk
  • Keep a cool head and make good choices, even when they are upset
  • Pick fun, kind, trustworthy friends
  • Connect with helpful adults when necessary
  • Reach out to kids who bully, knowing that everyone has a story
  • Create awareness about the problem of bullying

Every part of this book is designed to teach kids what to do to bring an end to bullying, and to choose kindness whenever possible. The 8 Keys to End Bullying Activity Program for Kids & Tweens builds key social-emotional skills in readers ages 8-12, empowering them to cope with conflict and end bullying in their communities and schools. Younger kids can complete the activities with a parent or teacher's guidance, while older kids can complete the activities independently. These simple activities cultivate (1) assertiveness, emotion management, and friendship skills in kids vulnerable to bullying, (2) problem-solving skills for kids who witness bullying, and (3) empathy and kindness skills in kids who are likely to bully their peers.


8 Keys to End Bullying: Strategies for Parents & Schools. Signe Whitson, $22.95

Social media bullying — and the recent tragedies stemming from it — has given the widespread problem a new dimension. While no magic cure-all exists, adults can learn and implement all sorts of quick and easy techniques that can make a huge difference in the lives of kids. In eight core strategies, this book lays them out, from creating a positive school climate, addressing cyberbullying, building social emotional competence, reaching out to bullies, empowering bystanders, and so much more.


Enjoy the Popcorn: Helping Your Child Re-Script the Bully Horror Show. Lim Kok Kwang & Wong Mei Yin, $18.99

Parents and educators are disturbed and angry that when children have to endure the physical and emotional harm from the bully in their classrooms, neighbourhoods, and cyberspace. Enjoy the Popcorn is a truly practical book that shows them, step-by-step, the exact skills that they can teach children to protect themselves from the bully — children can learn to arm themselves with safe and proven skills for outsmarting bullies.

The hard-earned wisdom from many experienced parents, their children and mental health professionals working with the victim and the bully forms the backbone of this book. Seeing through the games the bully plays quickly gives your child calmness and confidence. This book shows you how to teach children instant mind-body skills to avoid unnecessary and risky confrontations, relieve deep emotional stress, confuse the bully and successfully develop greater self-knowledge, social confidence and emotional maturity. 

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Friendship and Other Weapons: Group Activities to Help Young Girls Aged 5-11 to Cope with Bullying. Signe Whitson, $41.95

Long before most school programs begin anti-bullying campaigns, young girls are getting a full education in social aggression. Girls as young as age five are experiencing acts of bullying, disguised as friendship, that shake the carefully laid foundations of their self-image, personal values, and beliefs about peer relationships.

Based on thought-provoking discussions, engaging games, strength-discovering exercises, and confidence-boosting fun, the hands-on activities in FRIENDSHIP AND OTHER WEAPONS build critical knowledge and friendship survival skills. This photocopiable resource book provides educators, social workers and counsellors with a complete, ready-to-use group curriculum to help young girls aged 5–11 build constructive and fulfilling friendships.


Gender, Bullying and Harassment: Strategies to End Sexism and Homophobia in Schools. Elizabeth Meyer, $39.50

Educator, researcher and author Elizabeth Meyers looks at the key gender issues related to bullying and harassment in schools and offers readers tangible and flexible suggestions to help positively transform the culture of their school and reduce the incidences of gendered harassment. The text features sections that speak specifically to administrators, teachers, counselors, student leaders and community and family members.


Getting Beyond Bullying and Exclusion PreK-5: Empowering Children in Inclusive Classrooms. Ronald Mah, $41.95

Getting Beyond Bullying and Exclusion, PreK–5 deepens teachers’ understanding of common challenges and provides an intimate and realistic view of how children with special needs can become easy targets for bullies. The book also shows how adults can inadvertently facilitate the development of victim behavior in children or contribute to the development of bully personalities. With an abundance of tried-and-true techniques for helping children manage emotions and build on their strengths, this book examines is ideal for both teachers and counselors.

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Girl Bullying. Dr. Sam, $19.95

We have to change the perception of girl bullying as ‘just girls being girls’ and a normal part of growing up. As a society we can work towards a truly embedded anti-bullying ethos, through policies, education, socialisation and involving everyone. We all know that bullying can have a detrimental effect on the academic attainment, self-esteem and day-to-day lives of all the individuals involved; the victims, bystanders and, of course, the bullies themselves. Relational aggression, social exclusion, cyber-bullying, these are just some of the issues which can affect girls’ peer relationships and severely impact on their own self-esteem. Healthier coping strategies are skills that help us all to function effectively not just in a school environment, but throughout life.

Dr Sam’s aim is to help adults working with girls to develop a toolbox of pro-active, pro-social strategies and understanding. This book does not offer a one-size-fits-all solution of how to stop girl bullying; indeed, such a thing does not exist. Dealing with these issues takes the time and patience, trust and knowledge of those involved, and most of all it takes the willingness to appreciate the world around girls today. Increase your understanding of modern girl bullying, including the fallout and psychological impact for both victims and perpetrators and discover. Girl Bullying is the essential guide for school staff, parents or any adult working with girls of all ages. 


Girlfighting: Betrayal and Rejection among Girls. Lyn Mikel Brown, $32.95

In Girlfighting, psychologist and educator Lyn Mikel Brown scrutinizes the way our culture nurtures and reinforces meanness in girls. She argues that the old adage “girls will be girls” — gossipy, competitive, cliquish, backstabbing — and the idea that fighting is part of a developmental stage or a rite-of-passage, are not acceptable explanations. Instead, she asserts, girls are discouraged from expressing strong feelings and are pressured to fulfill unrealistic expectations, to be popular, and struggle to find their way in a society that still reinforces gender stereotypes and places greater value on boys. Under such pressure, in their frustration and anger, girls (often unconsciously) find it less risky to take out their fears and anxieties on other girls instead of challenging the ways boys treat them, the way the media represents them, or the way the culture at large supports sexist practices.

Girlfighting traces the changes in girls' thoughts, actions and feelings from childhood into young adulthood, providing the developmental understanding and theoretical explanation often lacking in other conversations. Through interviews with over 400 girls of diverse racial, economic, and geographic backgrounds, Brown chronicles the labyrinthine journey girls take from direct and outspoken children who like and trust other girls, to distrusting and competitive young women. By allowing the voices of girls to be heard, Brown demonstrates the complex and often contradictory realities girls face, helping us to better understand and critique the socializing forces in their lives and challenging us to rethink the messages we send them.


Girls Unlimited Curriculum: Six Life-Changing Lessons for Middle School Girls. Karin Kasdin, $36.95

Middle school girls from across the country have benefitted from the Girls Unlimited program. Evidence-based and resoundingly successful, this curriculum empowers girls to become their most authentic and empathetic selves. Fun activities and thoughtful discussion topics will help girls discover:

  • Practical ways to manage anger or upset
  • How to intervene when witnessing relational aggression
  • The meaning of self-respect and self-care
  • The value of trust
  • Acceptance and appreciation of our bodies
  • The power of words
  • How to deal with power struggles
  • The importance of women bonding together
  • How to stay safe online

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Hey, Shorty! A Guide to Combating Sexual Harassment and Violence in Schools and On the Streets. Girls of Gender Equity (GGE), $20.50

At every stage of education, sexual harassment is common, and often considered a rite of passage for young people. Girls for Gender Equity, a nonprofit organization based in New York City, has developed a model for teens to teach one another about sexual harassment. How do you define it? How does it affect your self-esteem? What do you do in response? Why is it so normalized in schools, and how can we as a society begin to address these causes? Geared toward students, parents, teachers, policy makers, and activists, this book is an excellent model for building awareness and creating change in any community.


How NOT to Be a Bully Target: a Program for Victims of Childhood Bullying. Terry Centrone, $31.50 (Grades 3-6)

This program helps targets of bullying behavior to appreciate and tap into their own inner-strengths. The self-confidence building techniques in HOW NOT TO BE A BULLY TARGET help young children to realize that they deserve to be treated with dignity. They learn how to avoid being the target of bullies. The activities in the book enable students to withstand bully attacks and encourage kindness, empathy, and acceptance. Students discover that positive self-regard is a quality that they can and must nurture. It is the key to not becoming a bully target.


How to Stop Bullying in Classrooms and Schools: Using Social Architecture to Prevent, Lessen, and End Bullying. Phyllis Kaufman Goodstein, $33.95

The premise of this guidebook is that bullying occurs because of breakdowns in relationships. The focus of the 10-point empirically researched anti-bullying program it presents is based on building and repairing relationships. Explaining how to use social architecture to erase bullying from classrooms, this book:

  • translates research into easily understandable language
  • provides a step-by-step plan and the tools (classroom exercises, activities, practical strategies) to insure success in building classrooms where acceptance, inclusion, and respect reign
  • examines the teacher’s role, classroom management, bystander intervention, friendship, peer support, empathy, incompatible activities, stopping incidents, and adult support from a relationship perspective

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How to Stop Bullying and Social Aggression: Elementary Grade Lessons and Activities That Teach Empathy, Friendship, and Respect. Steve Breakstone, Michael Dreiblatt & Karen Dreiblatt, $61.50

Educators have come to recognize the long-term negative impact that bullying can have on children and the need to proactively teach acceptable behaviors for both in school and out. This user-friendly resource provides K–6 teachers, school administrators, and counselors with fun, interactive lessons and activities that support students’ safety and well-being, promote healthy social-emotional development, and improve academic achievement. Using role plays and sample scripts that can be adapted to specific situations, the authors illustrate how to teach critical concepts and behaviors, including how to stand up to a bully and how to stop another student from bullying.  

In clear, jargon-free language, this research-based book helps school districts meet the curriculum requirements of recently enacted bullying laws by fostering positive youth development around the concepts of respect, conflict resolution, and interpersonal relationships. How to Stop Bullying and Social Aggression helps educators engage bullies, victims, and bystanders at their own level and teach healthy behaviors to create safe schools.


The Kindness Curriculum: Stop Bullying Before It Starts. Judith Anne Rice, $33.95 (ages 3-6)

Help preschoolers develop compassion for others with this collection of classroom and at-home activities. THE KINDNESS CURRICULUM provides a variety of new and revised experiences that strengthen the building blocks of positive character development. Children will enjoy the expression the activities encourage and the playfulness they provide as they learn about love, feelings and empathy, gentleness, self-control, respect, friendship, and conflict resolution. This edition includes activities that aim to prevent bullying before it starts by teaching young children about pro-social values in a peaceful classroom community.

This comprehensive collection of activities helps foster an atmosphere of acceptance, empowerment, and love. It also supports the important lesson that a little kindness can go a long way. 


Letters to a Bullied Girl: Messages of Healing and Hope. Olivia Gardner, Emily Buder & Sarah Buder, $18.50

Olivia Gardner, a northern California teenager, was severely taunted and cyber-bullied by her classmates for more than two years. News of her bullying spread, eventually reaching two teenage girls from a neighboring town, sisters Emily and Sarah Buder. The girls were so moved by Olivia's story that they initiated a letter-writing campaign to help lift her spirits. It was a tender gesture of solidarity that set off an overwhelming chain reaction of support, encouragement, and love.

In LETTERS TO A BULLIED GIRL, Olivia and the Buder sisters share an inspiring selection of messages that arrived from across America—the personal, often painful remembrances of former targets, remorseful bullies, and sympathetic bystanders. Though addressed to Olivia, the letters speak to all young people who have been bullied, offer advice and hope to those who suffer, and provide a wake-up call to all who have ever been involved in bullying.

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The Making Friends Program: Supporting Acceptance in Your K-2 Classroom. Paddy Favazza, Michaelene Ostrosky & Chryso Mouzourou, $50.95

Bullying prevention starts with helping young children understand and accept diversity — the earlier the better. That's why your school team needs this ready-to-use resource, a simple, fun, and effective way to promote social acceptance in the critical early years of attitude development. Perfect for K–2 classrooms, this book presents the field-tested, research-based Making Friends program, a toolbox of adaptable, practical strategies that fit right into your regular school day. You'll help students respect and accept each other's differences through three methods: 1) reading diversity-themed stories and conducting brief whole-class discussions; 2) forming small learning groups that encourage children from diverse backgrounds to play and interact; and 3) sharing the storybooks you read with families so they can continue discussions at home.

The book includes a complete package of reproducible, adaptable materials for implementing the Making Friends program, including a sample activity schedule, discussion guides, and forms to send home with families. You'll also get step-by-step directions on working the activities into your school day, extensive lists of diversity resources, vignettes that model positive interactions, and more.


Making Your Secondary School E-safe. Adrienne Katz, $45.95

The internet and mobile devices play a huge role in teenagers' home and school life, and it's becoming more and more important to effectively address e-safety in secondary schools. This practical book provides guidance on how to teach and promote e-safety and tackle cyberbullying with real-life examples from schools of what works and what schools need to do.

The book explains how to set policy and procedures, how to train staff and involve parents, and provides practical strategies and ready-to-use activities for teaching e-safety and meeting Ofsted requirements. Including up-to-the-minute information and advice that includes discussion of new technologies, social media and online gaming sites, SRE in the smartphone age, and recent school policy trends such as 'Bring Your Own Device', this book provides all of the information that educational professionals need to implement successful whole school e-safety strategies.


The Mean Girl Motive: Negotiating Power and Femininity. Nicole Landry, $21.00

Prior to the 1980s, girls were completely excluded from research on childhood aggression, presumably because their 'sugar and spice and everything nice' made them averse to aggression. Not only were girls missing from research, their voices are frequently absent in current 'girl aggression' discourse. Despite this, 'mean' girls have received growing attention, especially in psychology. This book moves beyond the superficial to explore the social context of mean behaviour. It examines the intersection among structures of class, race and gender in the production of girls' aggression and draws on first-hand knowledge and experiences for a candid glimpse into a culture that raises critical questions about our 'taken for granted' knowledge of girls' meanness.

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Mean Girls: Creative Strategies and Activities for Working with Relational Aggression. Kaye Randall & Allyson Bowen, $31.50 (grades 3 to 12)

This book provides professionals with resources, insights, strategies and reproducible worksheets for working with girls who are Relationally Aggressive (RA) and the young people who have been victimized by this type of bullying. The strategies in this book are designed to increase awareness of Relational Aggression, encourage empathy and tolerance, and improve self-control and coping skills. It explores the underlying causes of RA, particularly in girls. Other forms of RA are explored including cyber-bullying and other types of electronic bullying. Included are reproducible lessons and activities for individuals, small groups, classrooms, and entire schools.


The New Bully Free Classroom: Proven Prevention and Intervention Strategies for Teachers K-8. Allan Beane, $57.99

THE NEW BULLY FREE CLASSROOM makes it easier than ever to stop and prevent bullying. With this book, educators can help build a sense of belonging in all students and create a peaceful, caring classroom.

This thorough update to the classic original takes a closer look at what bullying is and places renewed emphasis on the role (and power) of bystanders, including a new chapter focusing on empowering bystanders to be allies to targets of bullying. Because labels diminish people, Beane takes care in this update to say "kids who bully" instead of "bullies" and "targets of bullying" instead of "victims" or "victims of bullying."

Readers will find support for teachers, counselors, and supervisors, including a ready-to-use PowerPoint presentation for pre-service and in-service training. The CD-ROM includes all reproducible forms, surveys, handouts, and letters to parents and caregivers found in the book, including several bonus handouts geared for the youngest students. In addition to revising and updating existing activities, the author presents new activities including:

  • Help Students Understand Cyberbullying
  • Teach Cyberbullying Prevention
  • Build Awareness about Relational Bullying
  • Be Aware of Cliques
  • Cope with Cliques
  • Help Bystanders Understand Their Role
  • Help Bystanders Develop Empathy
  • Teach Bystanders Skills

The No-Fault Classroom: Tools to Resolve Conflict & Foster Relationship Intelligence. Sura Hart & Victoria Kindle Hodson, $23.95

Offering far more than discipline techniques that move aggressive behavior out of the classroom to the playground or sidewalk, THE NO-FAULT CLASSROOM leads students ages 7–12 in developing skills in problem solving, empathic listening and conflict resolution that will last a lifetime. Interactive and step-by-step lessons, construction materials and adaptable scripts give educators the tools they need to return order and co-operation to the classroom and jumpstart engaged learning.

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No Fishing Allowed: Reel In Bullying. Carol Gray & Judy Williams. DVD Kit $82.95; Student Workbook $7.95; Teacher Manual $16.50

NO FISHING ALLOWED is a violence prevention program that addresses various elements of bullying behaviors. Through the use of the Teacher’s Manual, Student Workbook and accompanying DVD (each sold separately), this program:

  • Emphasizes empowerment strategies for all students who are affected by bully/target relationships
  • Provides teachers with information, ideas and activities to address bullying attempts and other unfriendly social interactions
  • Allows teachers to organize efforts toward establishing peaceful, friendly and accepting learning environments for all students

No Kidding About Bullying: 126 Ready-to-Use Activities to Help Kids Manage Anger, Resolve Conflicts, Build Empathy, and Get Along. Revised Edition. Naomi Drew, $57.99 (Grades 3-6)

With new lessons, an added foreword, and a revised introduction, this updated edition of No Kidding About Bullying gives educators and youth leaders hands-on activities to prevent bullying in schools and help kids in third through sixth grade cope with the effects of bullying when it does occur. Based on a nationwide survey of more than 2,000 students and teachers, this flexible resource can be used alone or as a complement to anti-bullying and character education programs already in place. Each of the 126 lessons may be completed in 20 minutes or less and include games, role-plays, group discussions, art projects, and language arts exercises that build respect, empathy, and kindness. Digital content includes student handouts from the book and bonus materials.


No More Bystanders = No More Bullies. Activating Action in Educational Professionals. Shona Anderson, $54.50

One of the greatest challenges educators face in addressing bullying is recognizing when it's right in front of them. From identifying unsupervised campus "hot spots" to intervening appropriately in the moment, this practical how-to guide will equip your staff members to stand up instead of stand by.

School leaders are empowered to maintain safe schools. It is a team effort and this unique guidebook shows how to educate all staff members to transform your school's culture from passive to proactive.

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No More Victims: Protecting Those with Autism from Cyber Bullying, Internet Predators, and Scams. Jed Baker, $20.50

The digital world offers a wonderful way to communicate and socialize with others. Yet, it is also rife with the dangers of being victimized emotionally, physically, and financially. Trusting individuals with autism spectrum disorders, who are oftentimes socially isolated, are especially vulnerable to online predators. Finally, we have a resource to help prepare them for the minefields they may encounter on the Internet. In this much-needed book, Dr Baker presents three main areas of concern for our kids – cyber bullying, online sexual predators, and Internet scams.

Through Dr Baker’s invaluable advice, kids and young adults will learn what to look out for, whom to avoid, and how to protect themselves when they’re communicating online.


No Room for Bullies: Activities that Address Bullying by Treaching Social Skills and Problem Solving to Students. Kim Yeutter-Brammer, et al, $30.95 (Grades 5-8)

More than thirty lesson plans and tips for teachers and administrators address skill deficits with the key players (bully, victim, and bystander), examine the impacts of bullying, and teach methods for problem solving. An enclosed CD provides reproducible charts, worksheets, and social skill handouts.


No Room for Bullies: Activities that Address Bullying by Teaching Social Skills and Problem Solving to Students. Kim Yeulter-Brammer, Susan Lamke, Jo Dillon, Matthew Minturn, Denise Pratt & Kristina Krause, $30.95 (Grades 9-12)

From physical threats and social shunning to taunting texts and sexually explicit web postings, bullying jeopardizes the well-being of students and the quality of their learning environments. 

Classroom teachers, counselors, coaches, and administrators will find practical, easy-to-use lesson plans to empower teens with the knowledge and skills they need to handle bullying situations. Lessons include how to identify the players (bullies, bystanders, and victims), how to respond to bullying in common areas (hallways and parking lots) and at school events (dances and athletic contests), and how to use social skills to change behaviors and attitudes. 


121 Strategies for Bully Proofing Your School! Erika Karres, $30.95

Insights, tips, stories activities and reproducible worksheets for grades 6 to 10.

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Owning Up Curriculum: Empowering Adolescents to Confront Social Cruelty, Bullying, and Injustice. Rosalind Wiseman, $79.95 (Grades 6-12)

The OWNING UP CURRICULUM presents a unique and comprehensive approach to preventing youth violence by providing a structured program for teaching students to own up and take responsibility — as perpetrators, bystanders, and targets — for unethical behavior. Students learn to recognize that they have a responsibility to treat themselves and others with dignity and to speak out against injustice.

By targeting the root causes of bullying and other forms of social cruelty, Wiseman exposes the cultural expectations that teach young people to humiliate and dehumanize others as the way to achieve power and respect, then challenges them to transform this dynamic. The program also addresses the nuanced ways in which racism, classism, and homophobia are expressed in our culture and affect social cruelty and violence.

A CD-ROM of reproducible program forms and student handouts is included with the curriculum.


Positive Psychology in the Elementary School Classroom. Patty O’Grady, $31.50

POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CLASSROOM presents the basics of positive psychology to educators and provides interactive resources to enrich teachers’ proficiency when using positive psychology in the classroom. Patty O’Grady underlines the importance of teaching the whole child: encouraging social awareness and positive relationships, fostering self-motivation, and emphasizing social and emotional learning. Through the use of positive psychology in the classroom, children can learn to be more emotionally aware of their own and others’ feelings, use their strengths to engage academically and socially, pursue meaningful lives, and accomplish their personal goals. 

The book begins with Martin Seligman’s positive psychology principles, and continues into an overview of affective learning, including its philosophical and psychological roots, from finding the “golden mean” of emotional regulation to finding a child’s potencies and “golden self.” O’Grady connects the core concepts of educational neuroscience to the principles of positive psychology, explaining how feelings permeate the brain, affecting children’s thoughts and actions; how insular neurons make us feel empathy and help us learn by observation; and how the frontal cortex is the hall monitor of the brain. The book is full of practical examples and interactive resources that invite every educator to create a positive psychology classroom, where children can flourish and reach their full potential.


Preventing Bullying and School Violence. Stuart Twemlow & Frank Sacco, $86.95

Many students do not feel safe in school. This condition exacts an academic as well as a psychological toll because children must feel safe in order to learn. The authors of PREVENTING BULLYING AND SCHOOL VIOLENCE contend that inadequate attention has been given to the role of mental health professionals in preventing bullying and school violence. They propose a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach, one that draws upon the skills of the educational, health care, and mental health communities in identifying risk, choosing appropriate interventions, and implementing targeted wellness programs.

The authors see bullying as a process, not a problem originating with a single troubled person. Accordingly, they believe that bullying behaviors can be effectively addressed only by targeting the broader social context — the coercive power and group dynamics that breed and maintain bullying and violent behavior in the school setting. The book is designed to help clinicians, school counselors, and administrators create a safe climate for their students and to respond thoughtfully, but swiftly, when threats arise. The authors offer many practical guidelines for achieving these goals, and aims to empower mental health professionals to work confidently and effectively in educational settings to reduce the distress, enhance the psychological well-being, and secure the safety of all schoolchildren.

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Recognize, Respond, Report: Preventing and Addressing Bullying of Students with Special Needs. Lori Ernsperger, $39.50 (K-12)

Bullying in schools is a national problem that affects a high percentage of students with special needs. This ready-to-use guidebook gives K–12 educators, administrators, and school counselors the research-based interventions they need to stop bullying in its tracks — and prevent it before it starts. 

Using a simple framework of 3 Rs (Recognize, Respond, and Report), you'll master the core components of preventing and addressing bullying and disability-based harassment at the district level, classroom level, and individual level. Practical, proven strategies and tools blend with heartfelt, real-world advice from students who've experienced bullying themselves. An easy fit with your existing initiatives, whether you use PBIS or a commercial anti-bullying program, this essential resource will help you create a safe and secure learning environment for all students to reach their full potential. 


School Bullying: New Perspectives on a Growing Problem. David Dupper, $41.95

Bullying is one of the most prevalent and insidious forms of school violence today, impacting the learning environment of schools in profound ways. This volume is unique in utilizing a larger cultural context and international perspective that broadens the traditional conceptualization of bullying and that promotes creative approaches to a seemingly intractable and complex problem. In addition, senior researcher and practitioner David Dupper investigates several "under the radar" forms of bullying (e.g., religious bullying, bullying by teachers and other adults in schools), as well as the unique challenges in assessing these largely unacknowledged forms of bullying in today's public schools. Viewing bullying as a systematic abuse of power, this book examines all the ways in which power is misused in schools. Dupper also dispels important myths about bullies and focuses on the increasingly important role that peer witnesses play in exacerbating as well as combating bullying in schools.

Consistent with an ecological systems perspective, this book utilizes a whole school approach as a framework for developing and implementing comprehensive evidence-based interventions to combat bullying in schools. The result is a must-have resource for both undergraduate and graduate students in social work courses, school psychology courses, and education courses, as well as student service workers in secondary schools.


School Climate: Building Safe, Supportive and Engaging Classrooms & School. Jonathan Cohen & Maurice Elias, $12.95

This 6-page, laminated reference guide is designed for educators who are committed to creating a safe, supportive, engaging and helpfully challenging school climate for students in grades K-12.

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Sexual Harassment and Bullying: a Guide to Keeping Kids Safe and Holding Schools Accountable. Susan Strauss, $25.95

Bullying in schools is often discussed, but sexual harassment in schools, and how it differs from bullying is often overlooked. In fact, though, sexual harassment (committed both by fellow students and school personnel) is more common and yet more easily and quickly dismissed by those involved, though its consequences for the victim can be profound. This book provides parents, teachers, school officials, and others with a framework comparing and contrasting sexual harassment and bullying as they relate to the behavior, laws, and impact on children. The author describes the responsibility of the school district and how parents and other adults can navigate the schools' policies, barriers, and responsibilities. She argues that children should not be subjected to bullying OR sexual harassment, that it is the school's responsibility to make the harassment or bullying stop, and that parents and other caring adults often need to be involved and advocate for the child, even against resistance from those in the school system. 


The 6Rs of Bullying Prevention: Best Proven Practices to Combat Cruelty and Build Respect. Michele Borba, 50.99

The 6Rs of Bullying Prevention utilizes the strongest pieces of best practices and current research for ways to stop bullying. Presented in a practical, six-part framework for reducing peer cruelty and increasing positive behavior support, it includes guidelines for implementing strategies, collecting data, training staff, mobilizing students and parents, building social-emotional skills, and sustaining progress. Used on its own or to supplement an existing anti-bullying program, this is what a school, classroom, or an educator needs to prevent bullying and promote kindness.

The 6Rs are not a program, but a comprehensive process for reducing bullying from the inside out, involving the entire school community. Bullying prevention expert Michele Borba offers realistic, research-based strategies and advice. Digital content includes customizable forms from the book and a PDF presentation for use in professional development.


Sticks and Stones: Defeating the Culture of Bullying and Rediscovering the Power of Character and Empathy. Emily Bazelon, $22.00

STICKS AND STONES brings readers on a deeply researched, clear-eyed journey into the ever-shifting landscape of teenage meanness and its sometimes devastating consequences. The result is an indispensable book that takes us from school cafeterias to courtrooms to the offices of Facebook, the website where so much teenage life, good and bad, now unfolds. Along the way, Emily Bazelon defines what bullying is and, just as important, what it is not. She explores when intervention is essential and when kids should be given the freedom to fend for themselves. She also dispels persistent myths: that girls bully more than boys, that online and in-person bullying are entirely distinct, that bullying is a common cause of suicide, and that harsh criminal penalties are an effective deterrent. Above all, she believes that to deal with the problem, we must first understand it.  

Blending keen journalistic and narrative skills, Bazelon explores different facets of bullying through the stories of three young people who found themselves caught in the thick of it. With grace and authority, Bazelon chronicles how these kids’ predicaments escalated, to no one’s benefit, into community-wide wars. Cutting through the noise, misinformation, and sensationalism, she takes us into schools that have succeeded in reducing bullying and examines their successful strategies. The result is a groundbreaking book that will help parents, educators, and teens themselves better understand what kids are going through today and what can be done to help them through it.

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Surviving Girlhood: Building Positive Relationships, Attitudes and Self-Esteem to Prevent Teenage Girl Bullying. Nikki Giant & Rachel Beddoe, $39.95

Teenage girls can be mean. Often stemming from poor self-awareness, self-esteem and lack of relationship skills, complex friendship dynamics can be difficult to unravel and bullying can be hard to resolve. SURVIVING GIRLHOOD provides a unique resource for preventing girl bullying by addressing the root causes and helping girls to be strong, positive individuals. Part 1 covers the facts on girl bullying, how to understand it, and the particular complexity of girls. Part 2 includes over 60 tried-and-tested activities that will help girls understand their needs, values, beliefs and influences as drivers for their behaviour. Through five key themes, from 'Being Me' to 'Conflict Resolution', they will also build self-awareness, self-esteem, and strong relationship skills.

This photocopiable resource will be an invaluable tool for teachers, youth workers, counsellors, youth offending teams, behavioural specialists and all those working with girls aged 11-16.


Taking Restorative Justice to Schools: a Doorway to Discipline. J. Holtham, $35.95

The global restorative justice movement is here to stay. Around the world, even the most dangerous, high-risk schools are reducing discipline problems by up to sixty percent. Complementing your current school discipline practices with this simple, step-by-step restorative justice model will help you reach youth on a core level at a critical time in their young lives, when it's still possible to stop and reverse negative or destructive behavior.


Teen Aggression & Bullying Workbook. Ester Leutenberg & John Liptak, $68.95

Facilitator reproducible self-assessments, exercises and educational handouts.

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Teens Who Hurt: Clinical Interventions to Break the Cycle of Adolescent Violence. Kenneth V. Hardy & Tracey Laszloffy, $45.95

TEENS WHO HURT presents a framework and specific strategies for working with violent youth and their families. Looking at the complex interplay of individual, family, community, and societal forces that lead some adolescents to hurt others or themselves the authors discuss effective ways to address each of these factors in clinical and school settings. The book provides essential guidance on connecting with aggressive teens and their parents and managing difficult situations that are likely to arise.


Understanding and Addressing Girls’ Aggressive Behaviour Problems: a Focus on Relationships. Debra Peplar & Bruce Ferguson, Editors, $38.99

UNDERSTANDING AND ADDRESSING GIRLS’ AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR PROBLEMS aims to understand what is going wrong in children’s relationships that might create, exacerbate, and maintain aggressive behaviour problems in childhood and adolescence. In this volume, leading researchers in the aggression field examine, with a particular focus on girls, how problems develop for children in relationships and how we can help them develop healthy relationships.

Individual chapters explore biological and social contexts, including physical health and relationship problems that might underlie the development of aggressive behaviour problems. Contributors discuss prevention and intervention strategies that help aggressive children build the requisite skills and relationship capacities and also shift dynamics within critical social contexts, such as the family, peer group, classroom, and school. The support of healthy development not only of children but of their parents and other important adults in their lives, including teachers, has been shown to be effective in reducing the burden of suffering associated with aggression among children and adolescents.


Understanding Girl Bullying and What to Do About It. Julaine Field, Jered Kolbert, Laura Crothers & Tammy Hughes, $49.50

UNDERSTANDING GIRL BULLYING helps school professionals break the cycle of social and relational aggression and heal the divide between girls by giving students the tools to work through their problems thoughtfully and constructively.

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Understanding Girls’ Friendships, Fights and Feuds: a Practical Approach to Girls’ Bullying. Valerie Besag, $47.95

Girls’ bullying is more subtle and less physical than that perpetrated by boys; however, it can be just as powerful and the emotional repercussions of bullying among girls can be more destructive and longer lasting than the effects of more obvious forms of bullying. Teachers report that quarrels between girls are far more time-consuming and difficult to resolve than the disputes of boys, yet not enough information is available to guide them on dealing with girls’ fighting and unhappiness caused by their relationships with other girls, many of whom may have been their closest friends.

Val Besag provides an in-depth understanding of girls’ bullying, exploring the mechanisms and language that girls use to entice some into their groups and exclude others. The book offers detailed practical advice for dealing with girls’ bullying, which will help both students and teachers to understand and combat different kinds of bullying, as well as comprehensive guidance for preventing or reducing bullying activities among girls, including:

  • Whole school approaches
  • Programs for developing emotional literacy and resilience
  • Approaches for dealing with gangs
  • Using methods such as art and drama
  • Developing conflict resolution skills
  • Student/parent programs
  • Peer support programs

This is key reading for teachers, trainee teachers, educational psychologists and social workers, academics and researchers in the field, and others who have an interest in creating bully-free schools and societies.


Violence Prevention for Adolescents: a Cognitive-Behavioral Program for Creating a Positive School Climate (Leader's Manual). Diane de Anda, $29.95 (Grades 6-12)

This comprehensive program is designed for use in classrooms or small groups in schools and other settings. Students learn positive coping strategies, cognitive restructuring techniques, and anger management skills through discussion, demonstrations, group and individual activities, relaxation procedures, and more. The Leader’s Manual includes a free copy of a 13-minute Self-Relaxation Audio CD as well as an 8-page reproducible pre/posttest.

Violence Prevention for Adolescents: a Cognitive-Behavioral Program for Creating a Positive School Climate (Student Workbook). Diane de Anda, package of 10, $29.95

The Student Workbook is an integral part of the program and is required for each student. The workbook contains fill-in-the-blank worksheets, illustrations, motivational activities, and homework assignments. The Student Workbook is available in packets of 10.


You Can Handle Them All: Bullying & Cyberbullying. Robert DeBruyn & Tracey DeBruyn, $18.50

YOU CAN HANDLE THEM ALL: BULLYING & CYBERBULLYING is a systematic, easy-to-use guide for educators to help them define and successfully handle 27 different bullying and cyberbullying behaviors.

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Resources for Teachers and School Administrators

Am I Safe Here? LGBTQ Teens and Bullying In the Schools. Donn Short, $22.95

Be Bully Free: a Hands-On Guide to How You Can Take Control. Michael Panckridge & Catherine Thornton, $25.95

BULLIED: What Every Parent, Teacher, and Kid Needs to Know about Ending the Cycle of Fear. Carrie Goldman, $18.50

Bully: an Action Plan for Teachers, Parents, and Communities to Combat the Bullying Crisis. Lee Hirsch & Cynthia Lowen, $18.50

The Bully-Go-Round: Literacy and Arts Strategies for Promoting Bully Awareness in the Classroom. Larry Swartz, $12.95

Bullying in the Girls' World: a School-Wide Approach to Girl Bullying. Diane Senn, $48.95 (Grades 3 – 8)

Bullying: a Guide to Research, Intervention, and Prevention. Faye Mishna, $72.95

Bullying Prevention for Schools: a Step-by-Step Guide to Implementing a Successful Anti-Bullying Program. Allan Beane, $48.00

Bullying and Students with Disabilities: Strategies and Techniques to Create a Safe Learning Environment for All. Barry Edwards McNamara, $54.50

Bully-Proof Your Classroom Teaching Kit (K-3). Scholastic Books, $29.99

Children and Bullying; How Parents and Educators Can Reduce Bullying at School. Ken Rigby, $21.99

Cyberbullying and Cyberthreats: Responding to the Challenge of Online Social Aggression, Threats, and Distress. Nancy Willard, $44.95

Cyberbullying and E-safety: What Educators and Other Professionals Need to Know. Adrienne Katz, $37.95

Cyberbullying: Identification, Prevention and Response. Sameer Hinduja & Justin Patchin, $13.95

Cyber-Bullying: Issues and Solutions for the School, the Classroom and the Home. Shaheen Shariff, $65.70

Cyberbullying Prevention and Response: Expert Perspectives. Justin Patchin & Sameer 

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An Educator's Guide to Bullying Prevention. Kenneth Shore, $13.95 (Laminated Booklet)

The 8 Keys to End Bullying Activity Book for Kids & Tweens. Signe Whitson, $25.95

8 Keys to End Bullying: Strategies for Parents & Schools. Signe Whitson, $22.95

Enjoy the Popcorn: Helping Your Child Re-Script the Bully Horror Show. Lim Kok Kwang & Wong Mei Yin, $18.99

Friendship and Other Weapons: Group Activities to Help Young Girls Aged 5-11 to Cope with Bullying. Signe Whitson, $41.95

Gender, Bullying and Harassment: Strategies to End Sexism and Homophobia in Schools. Elizabeth Meyer, $39.50

Getting Beyond Bullying and Exclusion PreK-5: Empowering Children in Inclusive Classrooms. Ronald Mah, $41.95

Girl Bullying. Dr. Sam, $19.95

Girlfighting: Betrayal and Rejection among Girls. Lyn Mikel Brown, $32.95

Girls Unlimited Curriculum: Six Life-Changing Lessons for Middle School Girls. Karin Kasdin, $36.95

Hey, Shorty! A Guide to Combating Sexual Harassment and Violence in Schools and On the Streets. Girls of Gender Equity (GGE), $20.50

How NOT to Be a Bully Target: a Program for Victims of Childhood Bullying. Terry Centrone, $33.95

How to Stop Bullying and Social Aggression: Elementary Grade Lessons and Activities That Teach Empathy, Friendship, and Respect. Steve Breakstone, Michael Dreiblatt & Karen Dreiblatt, $25.95

The Kindness Curriculum: Stop Bullying Before It Starts. Judith Anne Rice, $33.95 (ages 3-6)

Letters to a Bullied Girl: Messages of Healing and Hope. Olivia Gardner, Emily Buder & Sarah Buder, $18.50

The Making Friends Program: Supporting Acceptance in Your K-2 Classroom. Paddy Favazza, Michaelene Ostrosky & Chryso Mouzourou, $50.95

Making Your Secondary School E-safe. Adrienne Katz, $45.95

The Mean Girl Motive: Negotiating Power and Femininity. Nicole Landry, $21.00

Mean Girls: Creative Strategies and Activities for Working with Relational Aggression. Kaye Randall & Allyson Bowen, $31.50 (grades 3 to 12)

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The New Bully Free Classroom: Proven Prevention and Intervention Strategies for Teachers K-8. Allan Beane, $57.99

The No-Fault Classroom: Tools to Resolve Conflict & Foster Relationship Intelligence. Sura Hart & Victoria Kindle Hodson, $23.95

No Fishing Allowed: Reel In Bullying. Carol Gray & Judy Williams. DVD Kit $82.95; Student Workbook $7.95; Teacher Manual $16.50

No Kidding About Bullying: 126 Ready-to-Use Activities to Help Kids Manage Anger, Resolve Conflicts, Build Empathy, and Get Along. Revised Edition. Naomi Drew, $57.99 (Grades 3-6)

No More Bystanders = No More Bullies. Activating Action in Educational Professionals. Shona Anderson, $54.50

No More Victims: Protecting Those with Autism from Cyber Bullying, Internet Predators, and Scams. Jed Baker, $20.50

No Room for Bullies: Activities that Address Bullying by Teaching Social Skills and Problem Solving to Students. Kim Yeutter-Brammer, et al, $30.95 (Grades 5-8)

No Room for Bullies: Activities that Address Bullying by Teaching Social Skills and Problem Solving to Students. Kim Yeulter-Brammer, Susan Lamke, Jo Dillon, Matthew Minturn, Denise Pratt & Kristina Krause, $30.95 (Grades 9-12)

121 Strategies for Bully Proofing Your School! Erika Karres, $30.95

Owning Up Curriculum: Empowering Adolescents to Confront Social Cruelty, Bullying, and Injustice. Rosalind Wiseman, $79.95 (Grades 6-12)

Positive Psychology in the Elementary School Classroom. Patty O’Grady, $31.50

Preventing Bullying and School Violence. Stuart Twemlow & Frank Sacco, $86.95

Recognize, Respond, Report: Preventing and Addressing Bullying of Students with Special Needs. Lori Ernsperger, $39.50 (K-12)

School Bullying: New Perspectives on a Growing Problem. David Dupper, $41.95

School Climate: Building Safe, Supportive and Engaging Classrooms & School. Jonathan Cohen & Maurice Elias, $12.95

Sexual Harassment and Bullying: a Guide to Keeping Kids Safe and Holding Schools Accountable. Susan Strauss, $25.95

The 6Rs of Bullying Prevention: Best Proven Practices to Combat Cruelty and Build Respect. Michele Borba, 50.99

Sticks and Stones: Defeating the Culture of Bullying and Rediscovering the Power of Character and Empathy. Emily Bazelon, $22.00

Surviving Girlhood: Building Positive Relationships, Attitudes and Self-Esteem to Prevent Teenage Girl Bullying. Nikki Giant & Rachel Beddoe, $39.95

Taking Restorative Justice to Schools: a Doorway to Discipline. J. Holtham, $35.95

Teen Aggression & Bullying Workbook. Ester Leutenberg & John Liptak, $684.95

Teens Who Hurt: Clinical Interventions to Break the Cycle of Adolescent Violence. Kenneth Hardy & Tracey Laszloffy, $45.95

Understanding and Addressing Girls’ Aggressive Behaviour Problems: a Focus on Relationships. Debra Peplar & Bruce Ferguson, Editors, $38.99

Understanding Girl Bullying and What to Do About It. Julaine Field, Jered Kolbert, Laura Crothers & Tammy Hughes, $49.50

Understanding Girls' Friendships, Fights and Feuds: a Practical Approach to Girls' Bullying. Valerie Besag, $47.95

Violence Prevention for Adolescents: a Cognitive-Behavioral Program for Creating a Positive School Climate (Leader's Manual). Diane de Anda, $29.95 (Grades 6-12)

Violence Prevention for Adolescents: a Cognitive-Behavioral Program for Creating a Positive School Climate (Student Workbook). Diane de Anda, package of 10, $29.95

You Can Handle Them All: Bullying & Cyberbullying. Robert DeBruyn & Tracey DeBruyn, $18.50

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