Bystander Power: Now with Anti-Bullying Action
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Bystander Power: Now with Anti-Bullying Action

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Who has the most power to stop and prevent bullying? Teachers? Parents? The Principal of the Universe? No, no, and no way! When it comes to changing bullying behavior, nobody has more power than bystanders—all the people who see bullying or know about it . . . but do nothing. How strong are bystanders? Stronger than a snarling seventh grader. More powerful than a petty put...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published July 27th 2012 by Free Spirit Publishing (first published January 1st 2012)
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Sue Poduska
Full of positive and useful information, this volume tackles the all-too-relevant subject of bullying and what kids can do about it. The approach is fun, the example are real, and the advice is valuable. Kids are given many mnemonics and other ways to remember information. The authors give a list of ten areas in which kids can take action, such as following the Golden Rule and getting involved. The illustrations also impart a lot of information. Kids are invited to spot bullying activities in a...more
Fives OnTheFly
The kids spent a morning working on the activities in this book. It presented the problem of bullying and the many solutions or actions that we can take against bullying in a very kid friendly and engaging way. A must read for any family!
Elaine
Nov 08, 2012 Elaine rated it 5 of 5 stars
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Great book for the kids to have. I am going to pass this to my daughter's school.
Thank you.
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