Books on Bullying for Children

  • Berenstein, S. and Berenstein, J. (1993). The Berenstein Bears and the bully. New York:
  • Random House Sister bear has trouble with a bully. Brother bear tries to help her learn coping strategies. The story has a positive outcome.
  • Brown, M. (1990). Arthur's April Fool. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. Arthur's April Fool's surprise is almost ruined by a bully.
  • Carlson, N. (1988). I like me. New York: Viking. An appealing little book about taking care of and valuing yourself. This book would be especially helpful for victimized children.
  • Guffe. T., (1991). Bully for you. New York: Child's Play. Why it is not a good idea to be a bully. A wonderful book for overly aggressive, young children tempted to bully others.
  • Petty, K. & Firmin, C. (1991). Being Bullied. New York: Barron's Books. A young schoolaged girl encounters a female bully who calls her names, teases, and scribbles on her papers. She tells her mom about her problems and she gets help from her teacher, who protects her from the bully.

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The Bully, the Bullied, and the Bystander - Barbara Coloroso - Paperback - Revised Ed.The Cat Hildegard Is a Bully - Edda Walsleben - PaperbackRaising Bully-Proof Kids The Juice Box Bully: Empowering Kids to Stand Up for Others          The Berenstain Bears and the Bully - Stan Berenstain - Paperback

Henry and the Bully - Nancy L. Carlson - Hardcover                    Confessions of a Former Bully - Trudy Ludwig - Hardcover

Bully B.E.A.N.S. Activity and Idea Book - Julia Cook - Paperback - Teachers Ed.                     Freckleface Strawberry and the Dodgeball Bully - Julianne Moore - Hardcover

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