All libraries serving children should own a set. Highly recommended for students ages Bullying is a pervasive problem for modern children.
This series identifies six different forms of bullying, and in a straightforward manner offers ways to help readers fight against it themselves and get help if they need it. All angles of bullying are covered, such as the bystander effect, peer pressure, homophobia, cyberbullying, and more. The books are text heavy, but they are broken down into easy-to-read blocks. Captioned photos of teens help frame the narratives, and text boxes provide supplemental information.
This comprehensive, clear look at the causes and effects of bullying would be beneficial to all readers. This series provides specific, relevant information about different types of bullying adolescents may experience.
Middle school brings with it cliques, social media, and shifting social dynamics that can make bullying easier and more hidden. Every 2 weeks we send out an e-mail with Book Recommendations. The second is the war that Seth has to fight against himself before it becomes too late. Simply close and relaunch your preferred browser to log-in. Note: the series is only available as a set, hence the price.
In Bullied by Girls specifics such as "mean girls" and other psychological bullying are discussed. Also analyzed are being excluded from groups, cyberbullying and bullying by sisters.
Bullied by Boys addresses types of bullying often associated with male bullying such as hazing and physical attacks. Helpful as well is the section discussing why some boys bully and how to avoid or stop being a target. Negative peer pressure-whether spoken or unspoken-is covered in Bullied by Friends.
This volume explores what happens as people grow up with friends and begin exploring new freedoms. Gender pressure, cliques, illegal activities, and the pressure to have sex are important decisions that are often influenced by friends.
Bullied is available as an ebook and paperback through the links you can find the Best Diverse Book award and the Bullied series won the Best Trilogy/Series. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Christopher Smith is the #1 international best-selling Bullied (Book One in the Bullied Series) - Kindle edition by Christopher Smith. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or.
Each book begins by defining bullying and what it is not, and explains why bullying is a serious issue. After Chloe and her friends refuse to play with new girl Maya, they learn the importance of kindness, and how treating other people kindly makes the world a better place.
There are many reasons bullies might latch onto in order to pick on other children. Keladry of Mindelan, the first girl to officially go through training as a knight in the kingdom of Tortall, has to fight for her place both on and off the training field.
While Kel has to deal with bullying from her peers and her instructors, she also builds firm friendships amongst the other new pages. School can be scary even without bullies in the mix — if a young reader in your life is nervous about the new school year, have a look at 12 More Picture Books to Ease Those First Day of School Jitters. Listen Shop Insiders.
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