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More Bullies in More Books

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More Bullies in More Books - After I finished my first book, I wondered if I would write a second. Then more bully books started being published and I began sorting them into categories, which is how this website started. I wanted people, particularly teachers to realize that bullying covered more than the big kid taking the little kid's lunch money. It starts early with name-calling but if it is not stopped, can grow into violence. In this book, right from the start the table of contents starts educating the reader to all the different forms of bullying. There are about 300 titles in the book, broken down into the following chapters: The Power of Words: Name Calling, Putdowns, Gossip; Being New, Being Different; Body Image; The "Isms": Prejudice; Homophobia: That's So Gay; Cyberbullying and Cyberspace; Violence: Guns, Hazing, Bullycide. I am even prouder of this second book, and I hope you see the improvement and agree. www.amazon.com

 

 

The Bully in the Book and in the Classroom

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The Bully in the Book and in the Classroom, - 2004 - Every one of us has experienced harassment in one form or another, either as a target, as a witness, or as the bully, and we all carry hidden bruises. This guide addresses the often invisible problem of bullying in the halls, offices, and classrooms of schools and will assist educators to know what to look for and what to do when they see a child being harassed. Forty four fiction books with bullying as the major theme are reviewed and discussed. They have been selected based on grade level with chapters organized in four sections: kindergarten through third grade, intermediate readers (grades 4-6), middle school readers, and more sophisticated titles for high school students. Each chapter begins with and introduction that describes the harassment most seen in each grade levels. For each title, there is an in-depth summary, activities, and quotes from the book for students to discuss. The final section provides resources for teachers, librarians, counselors, administrators, and parents. A necessary tool for teachers, staff and educators, as well as parents. Available through www.amazon.com

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