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Bullying

liked it 3.00  ·  Rating details ·  14 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Imagine walking around with a knot in your stomach, each day, every day. That's how many victims of bullying feel. Others suffer more - and take their own lives. This book shows how to understand and deal with the bullying that occurs every day in streets, schools, and the digital world, exploding some myths along the way.
Hardcover, 56 pages
Published July 1st 2012 by Heinemann Educational Books
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Cassie    'The Thinker Go Go Go Go' Mis. Roben Goodfellow'\Isabelle Lightwood
Again I read this for research purposes, an found it rather interesting. Seeing as while you may see some of this stuff on the news on the health reports. It's different to see it on the pages written down an in ink. Some of what's in here I will be using in a project that I'm working on for sure.
Plus in a way it's opened my eyes in a wider way so to speak, in the way of the bullying ecodmic.
Hilary
Jan 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
Imagine walking around with a knot of anxiety lodged in your stomach every day. This is how many bullying victims feel. Stress is only one consequence of bullying. What causes someone to become a bully? What can be done to prevent bullying?

Bullying is a topic of concern for all schools. Hile included true stories of bullying and its consequences, quotes from young people and experts, exercises to sort facts about bullying, and tips on coping with bullies. Readers will find the book a useful ref
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Mia K
Nov 12, 2013 rated it it was ok
I find this book interesting and I can say that I liked it, because for me, an interesting book is a book, that has info that is catchy and it also has additional information. I also liked it, because it gives examples every time there is a thought or the author tries to tell you something, she gives examples. that I find interesting and good. She shows kids and teens in different situations, with different everyday life and she tries to show what may have made those people be like that. If you ...more
Barbara
Aug 16, 2013 rated it liked it
In addition to explaining the types of bullying and providing real-life examples of children and teens who have been bullied, this title provides ways to cope with bullies. The author also reminds readers that bullies can change their behavior and discusses the increased amounts of cyberbullying occurring and the fact that even school administrations and the federal government are growing concerned with this problem. I liked the fact that the author maintains that bullies are not born but formed ...more
Vicki
It reads like a book that was written by well-intentioned adults that just won't connect with kids. So much is the emotional part of it, and that requires role-playing and practicing in a safe environment. If you need to put in a glossary of terms, that is certainly an indication that this is not the way to go. I think certain kids will use it as a source for writing a paper, but not sure they would have any direct experience in bullying - from either side.
Denice Hein
Apr 09, 2015 rated it really liked it
Great resource for middle school students. True stories sprinkle the nonfiction text to give it a real life impact.
MEGAN C
Mar 12, 2013 rated it did not like it
Shelves: non-fiction, ya
Terrible and simplistic.
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