- Bullies and Gangs by Julie Johnson (1998)
- Discusses why people bully others, who they pick, and how to cope with the problems of being bullied.
- Bullying by Elizabeth Raum (2008)
- Describes common bullying in school, and instructs on how to identify, avoid, and stand up to bullying.
- Dealing with Bullying by Marianne Johnston (1996)
- Describes what is meant by bullying; then goes on to explain why bullies act as they do, how to deal with them, and how to stop being one.
- Friend or Foe? : Plays about Bullying by Catherine Gourley (2010)
- Bullying is about power and controlling another person. The two reader's theater-style plays in this book look at bullying first from two different viewpoints -- that of the victim, and that of the bully. Young people will learn how to recognize it and how to change it.
- Good-bye Bully Machine by Debbie Fox (2009)
- Kids learn what bullying is, why it hurts, and what they can do to end it with this fresh, compelling book including contemporary collage art, lively layout, and straightforward text.
- How to Deal with Bullies by Jonathan Kravetz (2007)
- Presents information for children about bullies and bullying, examining the different kinds of bullying, why people bully, how bullying makes everyone involved feel, and what to do if a child thinks that he is a victim of bullying or is a bully himself.
- Kids Talk about Bullying by Carrie Finn (2007)
- Super Sam the Problem Solver answers letters from children about bullying--including what counts as bullying and how to deal with bullies.
- Playground Survival by Peggy Burns (2005)
- Offers tips on working through problems on the playground and in school and discusses how to cope with bullies and what to do when someone spreads lies about you or calls you names.
- School Safety by Lucia Raatma (2004)
- Provides different examples of how to stay safe at school, on the playground, and with strangers.
- A Smart Kid's Guide to Online Bullying by David Jakubiak (2010)
- Grade 3–6 This books tell readers how to protect themselves while having fun online. It recommends seeking aid from an adult. A captioned, color photo of people using computers flanks each page of text, and back matter includes a list of safety tips.
- Talking about Bullying by Jillian Powell (1999)
- Explains how, why, when, and where people get bullied as well as who does the bullying and what can be done about it.
- When Kids Drive Kids Crazy by Eda LeShan (1990)
- Discusses why some young people are brats, bullies, or otherwise hurtful to others and how to cope with them, help them, and develop good friendships.
- Why Are You Picking on Me? : Dealing with Bullies by John Burstein (2010)
- Bullying is one of the scariest and potentially damaging negative behaviors children can face. Slim Goodbody helps young students learn to recognize the different kinds of bullying and presents strategies for dealing with even the toughest situations.
- Why Do People Bully? by Adam Hibbert (2005)
- Discusses the aggressive behavior known as bullying, covering causes, types of bullying, and ways to respond to a bully.
- Why Is Everybody Always Picking on Me? A Guide to Handling Bullies for Young People by Terrance Webster-Doyle (1991)
- Stories and activities demonstrate how to resolve conflicts nonviolently and how to peacefully confront hostile aggression.
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