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Bullies Are a Pain in the Brain, by T. Romain. This book mixes humor with practical suggestions to help children ages 8-13 become “bully-proof,” get help in dangerous situations, and stop bullies from hurting others. Information for bullies is also included to help them get along with others and feel good about themselves without having to make others feel bad. Order from Free Spirit Publishing, 1-800-735-7323 or http://www.amazon.com/.
Sticks and Stones: 7 Ways Your Child Can Deal with Teasing, Conflict, and Other Hard Times by S. Cooper. This book helps parents of children ages 4-12 teach their children the verbal skills they need to defend against hurtful words others say to them. There are examples and sample scripts that help children learn how to speak up for themselves, shut down bullies, counter peer pressure, deal with fights, etc. Order from Free Spirit Publishing, 1-800-735-7323 or http://www.amazon.com/.
The Bully Free Classroom: Over 100 Tips and Strategies for Teachers K-8, by A. L. Beane. More than 100 practical strategies for prevention and intervention with teasing and bullying that can be used immediately can be found in this book. It includes 45 pages of reproducible handout masters. Order from Free Spirit Publishing, 1-800-735-7323 or http://www.amazon.com/.
We Can Get Along: A Child’s Book of Choices, by L. M. Payne & C. Rohling. For children in ages 3-8, this book teaches conflict resolution and peacemaking skills in a way that young children can understand. Order from Free Spirit Publishing, 1-800-735-7323 or http://www.amazon.com/. A Leader’s Guide can also be ordered that includes activities, discussion questions, and reproducible handouts for parents.