Elementary Level Books on Bullying

 

 

Bully on the Bus ........................................$7.95


Jack is being teased by the fifth-grade bully on the
school bus. Readers help Jack decide whether to
ignore him, ask an adult for help, or fight back.

 

Heidi’s Irresistible Hat ................................$7.95


A little girl loves the special hat her Aunt made – but
there’s an annoying Classmate who keeps grabbing
it off her head. The reader can choose what
she should do to stop the teasing.

 

 

 

The Bully Blockers Club ..........................$7.95


Lotty Raccoon tries various approaches to deal
with a bully, but none work until she forms a club
of her fellow students who work together to stop
the bully.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hands Are Not for Hitting ........................$11.95


Hands are for saying hello. And for playing, sharing,
clapping, counting, helping, building, being kind, and
staying safe. There are so many good things hands
can do. And so many ways to handle strong feelings
without hitting. This gentle, encouraging book helps
young children understand two main themes: violence
is never okay, and every child is capable of
positive, loving actions.

 

 

 

My Name is Not Dummy ............................ $7.95


Jenny doesn’t like being called a dummy by her
friends. He won’t stop when she asks him to. This
little book gives you choices about how Jenny can
solve her problem.

 

 

 

Nobody Knew What to Do: A Story About Bullying ......$16.99


Straightforward and simple, this story tells how one
child found the courage to tell a teacher about Ray,
who was being picked on and bullied by other kids
in the school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Telling Isn’t Tattling .................................. $7.95


This book helps children learn when to tell an adult
they need help and when to deal with problems
themselves. This is an essential issue to teach
young children to seek out adult help when needed.

 

 

 

 

Words are Not for Hurting...................... $11.95


The older children get, the more words they know
and can use--including hurtful words. This book
teaches children that their words belong to them:
They can think before they speak, then choose
what to say and how to say it. It also explores positive
ways to respond when others use unkind words and reinforces
the importance of saying “I’m sorry.” For ages 4 to 7.

 

 

RENEW Center - Elementary Level Books on Bullying
 

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