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The ‘Are’ Word: Helping Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities Deal with Bullying and Teasing. Dave Hingsburger, $10.50

People with intellectual disabilities are often the brunt of bullying and teasing – on the street, in the schoolyard and in the workplace. This practical and compassionate little booklet suggests new strategies for dealing with mean people, their remarks and actions. A great booklet for parents, family, educators and caregivers, THE 'ARE' WORD will help you better understand and support the person with an intellectual disability.


Best Friends, Worst Enemies: Understanding the Social Lives of Children. Michael Thompson & Catherine O'Neill Grace, $22.95

Drawing on fascinating new research as well as their own extensive experience in schools, Best Friends, Worst Enemies demonstrates that children’s friendships begin early–in infancy–and run exceptionally deep in intensity and loyalty. As children grow, their friendships become more complex and layered but also more emotionally fraught, marked by both extraordinary intimacy and bewildering cruelty. As parents, we watch, and often live through vicariously, the tumult that our children experience as they encounter the "cool" crowd, shifting alliances, bullies, and disloyal best friends.

Best Friends, Worst Enemies brings to life the drama of childhood relationships, guiding parents to a deeper understanding of the motives and meanings of social behavior. Here you will find penetrating discussions of the difference between friendship and popularity, how boys and girls deal in unique ways with intimacy and commitment, whether all kids need a best friend, why cliques form and what you can do about them.


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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Bullies, Targets & Witnesses: Helping Children Break the Pain Chain. SuEllen Fried & Paula Fried, $19.95

In this timely and thought provoking book, the authors explore the effects of bullying on children and provide suggestions to end the cycle of child-to-child violence. Filled with personal stories from children and packed with practical ideas for parents, teachers and students.


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.


Bully Blocking: Six Secrets to Help Children Deal with Teasing and Bullying. Evelyn Field, $25.95

This confidence-boosting book aims to help children overcome the damaging effects of teasing and bullying, and to develop practical skills and attitudes to improve their self-esteem and quality of life. BULLY BLOCKING will be an invaluable resource for parents, teachers, educators and counselors working with children at risk of or experiencing bullying.

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The Bully, the Bullied and the Not-So-Innocent Bystander: From Pre-School to High School and Beyond — Breaking the Cycle of Violence and Creating More Deeply Caring Communities, Revised Edition. Barbara Coloroso, $18.99

First published over a decade ago, The Bully, the Bullied and the Bystander quickly became the definitive guide to bullying prevention and intervention, providing real solutions for a problem that affects young people all over the world. Now, in this thoroughly updated and expanded book, Coloroso helps you recognize the characteristic triad of bullying: the bully who perpetrates the harm; the bullied, who is the target (and who may become a bully); and the not-so-innocent bystanders. In this book you will learn:

  • What bullying is and what it isn’t
  • The four ways and three means of bullying
  • Technology resources and solutions to deal effectively with both online and offline bullying
  • Differences and similarities between boys and girls who bully
  • Differences between telling and tattling, reporting and ratting; teasing and taunting; flirting and sexual bullying
  • How to read the subtle cues and clues that a young person is being bullied
  • What not to do and what you can do to help the one who is bullied
  • Seven steps to hold accountable and reform someone who bullies
  • Four abilities that protect young people from succumbing to a bully
  • Why zero-tolerance policies can equal zero thinking
  • Why contempt, not anger, drives bullying, and how to confront this in bullies and in our culture
  • How young people can become a potent force as active witnesses standing up for their peers, speaking out against cruelty and taking responsibility for what happens among themselves

Drawing on her decades of work with troubled youth and her wide experience with conflict resolution and restorative justice, Barbara Coloroso offers practical and compassionate solutions and gives parents, caregivers, educators and most of all young people the tools to break this cycle of violence.


The Bully and Me: Stories That Break the Cycle of Torment. Helen Carmichael Porter, $29.95

The stories in THE BULLY AND ME are first person accounts by both victims and bullies. Descriptive narratives of what happens to real people, they are based on Porter’s observations, countless interviews, personal experience, and imagination. The book explores the idea that victims and bullies are two sides of the same coin and that the healing of both lies in dealing with this paradox. There is not a lot of real violence in these stories though there is some. Much is implied in threats, taunts, gossip, e-mails, gestures, and language and it is always designed to torment and ridicule. This is not a self-help book; it is about listening to and thinking about the stories of bullying that happen everyday in our homes, our schools, and our communities.

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Bullying No More: Understanding and Preventing Bullying. Kimberley Mason, $16.99

Bullying among children today is a prevalent issue that can lead to tragic results. No parent wants to learn his or her child is involved in this type of behavior, but sadly, in the most heartbreaking cases of bullying, many parents never realized the extent of the problem. Despite the attention given to bullying in the media today, there has been little that covers response methods other than punishment tactics, which don't usually work. In BULLYING NO MORE, Dr. Kimberly Mason offers parents an arsenal of techniques that focus on changing behavior by repairing relationships. Here, parents will get a road map to help them:

  • Recognize the signs of bullying
  • Understand the different forms of bullying
  • Identify the three main roles that children play in bullying (the bully, the bullied, and the bystander)
  • Decipher the myths and facts about bullying
  • Discover effective intervention and prevention strategies.

Parents will also learn to identify their parenting style and their children's response style so they can communicate better. This timely book will be an invaluable resource for parents who want to intervene, advocate, and protect their children from the harmful effects of bullying.


Bullying Solutions. Michael Carpenter & Robin D'Antonia, $16.99

It has been said that “knowledge is power.” In instances of bullying, knowledge of how others dealt with the problem can be an empowering tool for someone in a similar situation. This book compiles 40 real-life examples of various types of bullying and explores how they were confronted. These are not scientific case studies, but rather detailed illustrations of actual events. Some have a good outcome, others were not resolved successfully. By reviewing the actions of parents, school administrators, children, and others involved in the bullying cases, readers will benefit from the “lessons learned” from the mistakes of others in handling or even recognizing a bullying problem.

Questions throughout the book help readers put the examples into perspective and develop a plan of action. An index of resources at the end of the book offers more help and guidance for parents. With clear formatting and down-to-earth language, this is certain to be an important new weapon in the war on bullying. 


Bullyproof Your Child for Life. Joel Haber, $17.00

“Bully coach” Joel Haber is a clinical psychologist who specializes in the prevention of abusive and bullying behaviors in children. In BULLYPROOF YOUR CHILD FOR LIFE he delivers the strategies and tools that parents and children need to stamp out bullying behavior for good.

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

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. CHILDREN AND 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

Cool, Calm, and Confident: a Workbook to Help Kids Learn Assertiveness Skills. Lisa Schab, $24.95

Self-assured, assertive kids are not only less likely to be picked on by their peers, they're also less likely to bully others. But it's not always easy for children to find a healthy middle ground between passivity and aggression. If your child is a frequent target for bullies, or has begun to tease and take advantage of other kids, the easy and effective activities in COOL, CALM AND CONFIDENT can help. These simple exercises help children stand up for themselves without coming across as aggressive, learn to be both kind and assertive, and develop self-confidence and a positive self-image. Using this workbook is an easy and effective way to instill self-esteem in both passive and aggressive children, a strength that will prove invaluable in childhood, in their teenage years, and throughout their lives.


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.

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Don’t Pick On Me: Help for Kids to Stand Up to & Deal with Bullies. Susan Eikov Green, $22.95

DON'T PICK ON ME is filled with 10-minute activities and exercises you and your child can do together to learn how to effectively and safely stand up to a bully. These skills will build self-confidence and assertiveness – assets that will serve your child well through the teenage years and into adulthood.


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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The Essential Guide to Bullying: Protecting Children and Teens from Physical, Emotional, and Online Bullying. Cindy Miller & Cynthia Lowen, $17.00

THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO BULLYING provides the information and insight you need to prevent, identify and intervene.  This book empowers readers with the information you need to better protect your child and your community against bullying.


The Friendship Factor: Helping Our Children Navigate Their Social World and Why It Matters for Their Success and Happiness. Kenneth Rubin, $19.50

Based on twenty-five years of research on friendship, Dr. Kenneth H. Rubin reveals the importance of children's social development to their emotional and intellectual growth — and future success. In The Friendship Factor he uses vivid case studies to differentiate normal development from potential problems and real distress, 


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. 

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Girl Games: Five Fun Card Games for Girls Grades 5-12 That Teach Important Social Skills. Trice Black, $28.95

The 5 games in this colourful deck are fun and easy to play. Cards include different topics with thought-provoking questions that can help facilitate meaningful discussions. Each card game focuses on one aspect of bullying or relational aggression such as:

Respect, Safety, Lying, Gossip, Bullying, Rumors, Self-Improvement, Body Image, Pride, Emotions & Communication, Conflicts, Listening, Patience and more...


Girl Wars: 12 Strategies That Will End Female Bullying. Cheryl Dellasega & Charisse Nixon, $15.50

Mary Pipher's bestselling Reviving Ophelia triggered widespread interest in the culture of preteen and teenage girls and the seeming epidemic of relational aggression (bullying) among them. Gossip, teasing, forming cliques, and other cruel behaviors are the basis of this bullying, which harms both victim and aggressor. In Girl Wars, two experts explain not only how to prevent such behavior but also how to intervene should it happen, as well as overcome the culture that breeds it.

Illustrated by compelling true stories from mothers and girls, the authors offer effective, easy-to-implement strategies that range from preventive to prescriptive. With their combined experience in offering and evaluating programs that combat bullying, the authors show that girls not only want to help rather than hurt each other, they can do so with guidance from concerned adults.


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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Little Girls Can Be Mean: Four Steps to Bully-Proof Girls in the Early Years. Michelle Anthony & Reyna Lindert, $23.99

Worried about mean girls? Help your daughter respond and react to bullying where it starts — in elementary school

In today's world, it is likely that your daughter has been faced with bullying and friendship issues, too and perhaps you're at a loss for how to guide her through these situations effectively. LITTLE GIRLS CAN BE MEAN tackles the unique social struggles of elementary-aged girls, giving you the tools you need to help your daughter become stronger, happier, and better able to enjoy her friendships at school and beyond.


No Bullies: Solutions for Saving Our Children from Today’s Bully. Bobby Kipper & Bud Raney, $18.50

If your children haven’t already been affected by bullying, it is very likely on the way. This book will show you how to educate your children about bullying; and how you can make informed and thoughtful decisions on how to help your children handle these encounters.


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.

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Odd Girl Speaks Out: Girls Write about Bullies, Cliques, Popularity and Jealousy. Rachel Simmons, $22.50

The national bestseller Odd Girl Out exposed a hidden culture of cruelty that had always been quietly endured by American girls. As Rachel Simmons toured the country, these girls found their voices and spoke to her about their pain. They wanted to talk-and they weren't the only ones. Mothers, teachers, counselors, young professional women, even fathers, came to Rachel with heart-wrenching personal stories that could no longer be kept secret.

Here, Rachel creates a safe place for girls to talk, rant, sound off, and find each other. The result is a collection of wonderful accounts of the inner lives of adolescent girls. Candid and disarming, creative and expressive, and always exceptionally self-aware, these poems, songs, confessions, and essays form a journal of American girlhood. They show us how deeply cruelty flows and how strongly these girls want to change. Odd Girl Out helped girls find their voices; Odd Girl Speaks Out helps them tell their stories.

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Perfect Targets — Asperger Syndrome and Bullying: Practical Solutions for Surviving the Social World. Rebekah Heinrichs, (Foreword by Brenda Smith Myles), $21.50

Provides helpful guidelines for administrators, teachers and parents. The tools are specifically designed/adapted for the challenges faced by students with AS.


Please Stop Laughing at Me Journal: a Safe Place for Us to Talk. Jodee Blanco, $16.50

Maybe you're a kid struggling to fit in and you feel like nobody understands what you're going through. (Or maybe you're the parent of a lonely, bullied child who's tried everything to get your son or daughter to open up, with disappointing results. Or an educator concerned about a friendless student.)

This is your first step toward finding your way back to yourself. Jodee Blanco, author of the New York Times bestselling memoir PLEASE STOP LAUGHING AT ME, designed this fresh and innovative journal to help you draw out of silence to a place of renewed self-understanding and acceptance. Chock-full of insightful quotes, practical activities, and meaningful questions, Jodee gives you a safe place to vent, accompanying you on a guided tour of your deepest thoughts and emotions. Sharing memories from her own painful adolescence, the author speaks as a kindred spirit, holding your hand as you begin to reclaim your hope for the future, one diary entry at a time.


Protect Your Child from Bullying: Expert Advice to Help You Recognize, Prevent, and Stop Bullying Before Your Child Gets Hurt. Allan Beane, $15.99

From cyber-bullying to "mean girls" to school shootings — bullying is a complex and frightening problem confronting parents and children of all ages. This invaluable guide explains the many ways that bullying can present itself, the harm it can do to your child if ignored, and most importantly, what you can do to protect your child. Help your child develop a strong sense of acceptance and belonging and create a safe and healthy environment for them at home, play and school.

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Queen Bees & Wannabes: Helping Your Daughter Survive Cliques, Gossip, Boyfriends & Other Realities of Adolescence, Revised Edition. Rosalind Wiseman, $18.00

When Rosalind Wiseman first published Queen Bees & Wannabes, she fundamentally changed the way adults look at girls’ friendships and conflicts–from how they choose their best friends, how they express their anger, their boundaries with boys, and their relationships with parents. Wiseman showed how girls of every background are profoundly influenced by their interactions with one another. Now, Wiseman has revised and updated her groundbreaking book for a new generation of girls and explores:

  • How girls’ experiences before adolescence impact their teen years, future relationships, and overall success
  • The different roles girls play in and outside of cliques as Queen Bees, Targets, and Bystanders, and how this defines how they and others are treated
  • Girls’ power plays – from fake apologies to fights over IM and text messages
  • Where boys fit into the equation of girl conflicts and how you can help your daughter better hold her own with the opposite sex
  • Checking your baggage – recognizing how your experiences impact the way you parent, and how to be sanely involved in your daughter’s difficult, yet common social conflicts

Packed with insights about technology’s impact on Girl World and enlivened with the experiences of girls, boys, and parents, the book that inspired the hit movie Mean Girls offers concrete strategies to help you empower your daughter to be socially competent and treat herself with dignity.


Rising Above Bullying: From Despair to Recovery. Rosemary Hayes & Carrie Herbert, $22.95

Extreme bullying can have devastating effects: it can leave a child severely traumatized, their self-esteem destroyed, and in deep despair. Many children who have been severely bullied are unable to attend school, and are deeply scarred by what has happened.

This book reveals these shattering effects by telling the stories of eight children who have experienced extreme bullying and then found their way to recovery at a Red Balloon Learner Centre — a place where children can go to continue their education and recover their self-esteem, confidence and feelings of self-worth. Their stories also act to highlight common issues which often lie behind bullying behaviour such as weight, sexuality, race and religion. Guidance is given on what teachers and parents can do to help a child who is being bullied or a child who uses bullying behaviour, and what the bullied children themselves can do. Also included is a section on understanding bullying behaviour — how to read the signs, why some children may be targeted, what forms it can take, and why children often remain silent.

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See Jane Hit: Why Girls Are Growing More Violent and What We Can Do About It. James Garbarino, $18.50

In SEE JANE HIT, Dr. James Garbarino shows that the rise in girls' violence is the product of many interrelated cultural developments, several of which are largely positive... (B)ut nothing happens in isolation, and there's rarely such a momentous societal shift with absolutely no downside. One problem is that girls aren't being trained to handle their own physical aggression the way boys are: our methods of child-rearing culture include all sorts of mechanisms for socializing boys to express their violence in socially acceptable ways, but with girls we lag very far behind. At the same time, the culture has become more toxic for boys and girls alike, and girls' sexuality is linked with violence in new and disturbing ways.SEE JANE HIT is not just a powerful wake-up call; it's a clear-eyed, compassionate prescription for real-world solutions.


Sex, Power & the Violent School Girl. Sibylle Artz, $29.95

In SEX, POWER & THE VIOLENT SCHOOL GIRL, author Sibylle Artz looks at the disturbing phenomenon of violence among teenage girls. Her assertion that it must be understood in the context of other gender issues and girls' sense of powerlessness is vividly explored in six case studies. This is a fascinating glimpse into a troubled world and a clear call for action.


A Volcano in My Tummy: Helping Children to Handle Anger. Eliane Whitehouse & Warwick Pudney, $14.95

A creative and effective approach to helping 6- to 15-year-olds handle their anger so that they can live successfully, healthily, happily and non-violently, with motivation, without fear and with good relationships. An accessible resource book for teachers, parents and all who care for children, it is full of stories, and easy-to-use games and exercises which are clearly described, indicating appropriate age levels, teaching strategies, materials and procedures to follow, with worksheets for children to use.

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We Want You to Know: Kids Talk About Bullying. Deborah Ellis, $14.95

Through her association with a community anti-bullying campaign launched in Haldimand, Norfolk, and neighboring communities in Southern Ontario, children’s author Deborah Ellis asked students from the ages of nine to nineteen to talk about their experiences with bullying. The results are thoughtful, candid, and often harrowing accounts of “business as usual” in and around today’s schools. The kids in this book raise questions about the way parents, teachers, and school administrators cope with bullies. They talk about which methods have helped and which ones, with the best of intentions, have failed to protect them. And some kids reveal how they have been able to overcome their fear and anger to become strong advocates for the rights of others.

This is a book for reading and sharing. Each interview is followed by questions that will encourage open discussion about the nature of bullying and the ways in which individuals and schools could deal more effectively with bullies and their victims. And additional comments from international students reveal how much kids the world over have in common in the way they experience and deal with bullies. 

These kids have something to say. It’s time we listened.


Why Good Kids Act Cruel: the Hidden Truth about the Pre-Teen Years. Carl Pickhardt, $19.99

WHY GOOD KIDS ACT CRUEL gives parents the tools they need to understand why cruelty happens at this age and how to help their child through this difficult stage. This highly informative and useful book explains the psychology of early adolescent change, the short and long term effects of social cruelty, what parents can do, what the school can do, and much more.

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Complete Booklist

The 'Are' Word: Helping Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities Deal with Bullying and Teasing. Dave Hingsburger, $10.50

Best Friends, Worst Enemies: Understanding the Social Lives of Children. Michael Thompson & Catherine O'Neill Grace, $22.95

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

Bullies, Targets & Witnesses: Helping Children Break the Pain Chain. SuEllen Fried & Paula Fried, $19.95

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

Bully Blocking: Six Secrets to Help Children Deal with Teasing and Bullying. Evelyn Field, $25.95

The Bully, the Bullied and the Not-So-Innocent Bystander: From Pre-School to High School and Beyond — Breaking the Cycle of Violence and Creating More Deeply Caring Communities, Revised Edition. Barbara Coloroso, $18.99

The Bully and Me: Stories That Break the Cycle of Torment. Helen Carmichael Porter, $29.95

Bullying No More: Understanding and Preventing Bullying. Kimberley Mason, $16.99

Bullying Solutions. Michael Carpenter & Robin D'Antonia, $16.99

Bullyproof Your Child for Life. Joel Haber, $17.00

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

Cool, Calm, and Confident: a Workbook to Help Kids Learn Assertiveness Skills. Lisa Schab, $24.95

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

Don't Pick On Me: Help for Kids to Stand Up to & Deal with Bullies. Susan Eikov Green, $18.95

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

The Essential Guide to Bullying: Protecting Children and Teens from Physical, Emotional, and Online Bullying. Cindy Miller & Cynthia Lowen, $17.00

The Friendship Factor: Helping Our Children Navigate Their Social World and Why It Matters for Their Success and Happiness. Kenneth Rubin, $19.50

Girl Bullying. Dr. Sam, $19.95

Girl Games: Five Fun Card Games for Girls Grades 5-12 That Teach Important Social Skills. Trice Black, $28.95

Girl Wars: 12 Strategies That Will End Female Bullying. Cheryl Dellasega & Charisse Nixon, $15.50

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

Little Girls Can Be Mean: Four Steps to Bully-Proof Girls in the Early Years. Michelle Anthony & Reyna Lindert, $23.99

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No Bullies: Solutions for Saving Our Children from Today’s Bully. Bobby Kipper & Bud Raney, $18.50

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

Odd Girl Speaks Out: Girls Write about Bullies, Cliques, Popularity and Jealousy. Rachel Simmons, $22.50

Perfect Targets: Asperger Syndrome and Bullying: Practical Solutions for Surviving the Social World. Rebekah Heinrichs, $21.50

Please Stop Laughing at Me Journal: a Safe Place for Us to Talk. Jodee Blanco, $16.50

Protect Your Child from Bullying: Expert Advice to Help You Recognize, Prevent, and Stop Bullying Before Your Child Gets Hurt. Allan Beane, $15.99

Queen Bees & Wannabes: Helping Your Daughter Survive Cliques, Gossip, Boyfriends & Other Realities of Adolescence, Revised Edition. Rosalind Wiseman, $18.00

Rising Above Bullying: From Despair to Recovery. Rosemary Hayes & Carrie Herbert, $22.95

See Jane Hit: Why Girls Are Growing More Violent and What We Can Do About It. James Garbarino, $18.50

Sex, Power & the Violent School Girl. Sibylle Artz, $29.95

A Volcano in My Tummy: Helping Children to Handle Anger. Eliane Whitehouse & Warwick Pudney, $14.95

We Want You to Know: Kids Talk About Bullying. Deborah Ellis, $14.95

Why Good Kids Act Cruel: the Hidden Truth about the Pre-Teen Years. Carl Pickhardt, $19.99

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