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Boy Bullies...


Nobody!
A Story About Overcoming Bullying in School

by Erin Frankel (2015, Free Spirit, 9.99)
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Thomas feels like no matter what he does, he can’t escape Kyle’s persistent bullying. At school, at soccer—nowhere feels safe! “Mom said Kyle would grow up over the summer and stop picking on me, but he didn’t grow up, he just grew.” With support from friends, classmates, and adults, Thomas starts to feel more confident in himself and his hobbies, while Kyle learns the importance of kindness to others. The book concludes with “activity club” pages for kids, as well as information to help parents, teachers, counselors, and other adults foster dialogue with children about ways to stop bullying. Color. Grades K-4. [8” x 10"...32 pages]


Bully

by Laura Vaccaro (2012, Roaring Brook Press, 16.99/hardback)
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Interacting with other animals in mean-spirited ways, a little bull calls names and behaves in an intimidating manner until his bullying behavior is brought to his attention. Color. Grades PreK-3. [10” x 8”...40 pages]


Chester Raccoon and the Big Bad Bully

by Audrey Penn (2008, Tanglewood Press, 16.95/hardback)
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Chester Raccoon must deal with a bully at school. After his mother shares a story about helping others, Chester, Ronny, and Cassy discover that the best way to get rid of an enemy is to make him a friend. Color. Grades PreK-2. [8.5” x 10.5”...32 pages]


EllRay Jakes Is Not a Chicken

by Sally Warner (2011, Viking Press, 5.99)
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Eight-year-old EllRay Jakes is sick of getting picked on. But every time he tries to defend himself against class bully Jared Matthews, EllRay is the one who winds up in trouble. This humorous and true-to-life story kicks of the EllRay Jakes series. Illustrations. Grades 2-5. [6” x 8”...108 pages]


Just Kidding

by Trudy Ludwig (2006, Tricycle Press, 15.95/hardback)
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The bestselling author of My Secret Bully takes a rare look at emotional bullying among boys. This book that depicts the use of relationships between boys to manipulate and hurt others. Color. Grades K-5. [8” x 10”...32 pages]


Howard B. Wigglebottom Learns About Bullies

by Howard Binkow (2008, Thunderbolt Publishing, 15.00/hardback)
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Howard the bunny is being bullied at school by the Snorton twins. Even though his intuition tells him to tell the teacher about it, he chooses different strategies. Howard tries ignoring, avoiding, making jokes and getting back at the bullies. Nothing works and things get worse. He finally tells his teacher. She takes action and makes him feel okay and safe. This book comes with a lesson and resources to deal with bully issues. Color. Grades PreK-2. [10.5” x 8.5"...32 pages]


Bullying

by Joy Berry (2010, Joy Berry Books, 4.99)
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Being bullied is no fun. In this reassuring book, students learn why some children are bullies and gives practical tips on how to handle bullies. Color. Grades PK-2. [8” x 8”...32 pages]


Don't Touch, I'll Pop

by M.K. Abbott (2007, Boulden Publishing, 9.95)
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Frankie's got a problem—Wendell the bully. No matter what Frankie does, Wendell always seems to find him to poke and tease him. Ultimately, Frankie learns that it is okay to ask for help in solving his problem with Wendell, and that asking for help to deal with a bully is not tattling. Color. Grades PreK-3. [9” x 9”...30 pages]


Alley Oops

by Janice Levy (2005, Flashlight Press, 15.95/hardback)
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Explores the painful and embarrassing aftermath of name calling and bullying from the perspective of the bully. It's a story about hurt and anger, empathy and hope, resilience and ingenuity. It's about actions and consequences. And finally, it's about that "alley oops!" moment when a child experiences the empowerment and self-esteem that come from doing the right thing. Color. Grades K-3. [11” x 8.5”...32 pages]


Stop Bullying Bobby!: Helping Children Cope with Teasing and Bullying

by Dana Smith-Mansell (2004, New Horizon Press, 8.95)
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Robin, a seven-year-old girl, sees Bobby, the new kid in the neighborhood, being teased and bullied by other kids. After witnessing first-hand the teasing that Bobby has to endure, Robin's mother talks to Bobby and to Robin's teacher, Ms. Wells. With the help of Dr. Todd, a friendly counselor, the children come to see the good in everyone, no matter how different. Robin, her parents, Bobby's mother, and Ms. Wells come together to take action to prevent bullying from continuing in the school. Color. Grades 1-5. [7” x 8”...32 pages]


Blue Cheese Breath and Stinky Feet

by Catherine DePino (2004, Magination Press, 9.95)
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A type of bully-coping plan. In this lively story, Gus is the school bully, and Steve is his latest victim. When Steve finally tells his parents about the problem, they help him formulate and practice a plan for discouraging Gus. The plan includes specific, practical tips for discouraging and coping with bullies. Steve soon puts it to use, with success! Grades 1-6. [6” x 9”...48 pages]


Bullies Are a Pain in the Brain

by Trevor Romain (1997, Free Spirit, 8.95)
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The author describes realistic ways students can become “bully-proof.” He points out that sometimes ignoring bullies won’t make them go away. One needs other tactics. Grades 4-8. [5” x 7”...105 pages]


Stop Picking on Me

by Pat Thomas (2000, Barron’s, 7.99)
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A new crop of bullies appears at your school every year. This terrific book helps kids accept normal fears and worries that accompany bullying behavior, and suggests ways to stop it. Now. Color. Grades K-2. [9.5” x 8”...32 pages]

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