When Lottie is bothered by a bully at school, she helps start a club where everyone is welcome.
In school Kyle's persistent bullying is making Thomas feel like a nobody, and he needs help from his classmates and adults to understand and recapture his self-esteem--but Kyle needs help too. Includes activities for children and information on recognizing and preventing bullying for adults.
When Zach sees his friend Sonya being bullied at school, he doesn't know what to do or how to be an upstander. The kids who are being mean are popular--it's scary to think about getting involved. After talking with his brother and remembering what his teacher taught the class about bullying prevention, Zach creates a tool for being an upstander called the stand-up-to-bullying.
First-grader Jessica worries about everything Brenda the bully might tease her about, until the day she has had enough and discovers a new way to deal with Brenda.
With help from his father, older brother, and teacher, D.J. learns how to handle a classmate who claims that his mean-spirited "teasing" is just a joke.
Gives examples of serious and silly gossip, leading to what hurtful gossip feels like, how it is like bullying, and what to do to stop it.
Nine-year-old Katie's punishment for bullying classmates includes making up for the hurt she has caused, and so she decides to write a book about bullying, why it is not okay, and how to start being a better friend.
Offers different techniques for dealing with bullying in school, including standing up to the bully, reporting bullying to an adult, and making friends with children in other classes.
A Bully-Free Bus follows a group of young characters from Niceville Elementary School who bully each other on Bus 21. Young readers will learn about physical and verbal bullying. They will see four examples of bullying and learn how to stand up for themselves and be upstanders for others. They will also learn when to report a situation to an adult and other key advice in order to make a Bully-Free Bus!
Told from the bully's perspective, Sam doesn't feel she is bullying people, until she realizes that the others think she is mean.