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Books About Bullying

Books About Bullying

Bullying can lead to a host of problems for kids that range from low self-esteem, isolation and poor school performance to physical and emotional symptoms like headaches, stomachaches, anxiety, depression and even suicidal thoughts.

While school prevention programs aim to eliminate bullying, parents should encourage open communication about bullying as early as possible. When read and discussed with parents, the following books can help kids of all ages recognize and talk about bullying behaviors.

Llama Llama and the Bully Goat
By Anna Dewdney
Ages 2-5
This book helps teach young children about kindness and having the confidence to "walk away and tell someone" about bullying.

The Bully from the Black Lagoon
By Mike Thaler and Jared Lee
Ages 4-8
This story introduces children to the idea that appearances may be deceiving, and judging others based on how they look or what others say about them is rarely wise.

Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon
By Patty Lovell and David Catrow
Ages 4-8
Molly's grandmother has taught her about self-esteem, and when a bully picks on her on the first day of school, she knows just what to do.

By Patricia Polacco
Ages 7-10
With the growing popularity of social media use among teens, cyberbullying has brought a brand new set of conditions, which parents should address with kids who are now, or about to be, active in cyberspace. In this book, Lyla is confronted with some difficult choices when her friends start using Facebook to make fun of another student.

By R.J. Palacio
Ages 8-12
Because of his highly unusual facial deformity, "Auggie" Pullman has never been to public school, until fifth grade. Despite pressure on preteens to look and act in certain ways, this story shares that those having noticeable differences deserve the same level of kindness and respect as everyone else.

Parents should also be on the lookout for warning signs of child depression as well as being prepared for what to do if a child is being bullied.

Sources: Reader's Digest, Amazon

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