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Books about Bullying for All Grade Levels

Bullying can take many forms and harms everyone involved–victims, perpetrators and bystanders. Here are some books that tell stories about how kids have responded to bullying, and that share ideas of how you can help stop it, wherever and whoever you are. Big Bullies (grades K-2) Animal friends find ways to help each other stand up to a bully. The Meanest Thing to Say (grades 1-3) A new boy in second grade tries to get the other students to play a game that involves saying the meanest things possible to one another. Pinky and Rex and the Bully (grades 2-4)…

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What We’re Reading {October 11 2010}

Apologies for not getting the What We’re Reading post up last Friday! Instead, we’re bringing you this special Monday edition of What We’re Reading. In light of the recent bullying tragedies that have made headlines across the U.S., I thought it appropriate to share some wonderfully written books that address the topic of bullying. Each of these books is recommended for grades 9 – 12. Names Will Never Hurt Me by Jaime Adoff – Deftly interweaving the narratives of four unique, vivid teenagers, this powerful novel explores the enormous repercussions of daily school teasing, racism, and ostracism. Each of the teens reveal their deepest feelings and…

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