Stop the Bullying!

Stop the Bullying!

Stop the Bullying!

  • For ages: 12-17
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dimensions: 235 x 235 x 2mm | 386g
  • Publication date: 01 Oct 2011
  • Publisher: Seashell Publishers Pty Ltd
  • Publication City/Country: QLD, Australia
  • Language: English
  • Illustrations note: Cartoons
  • ISBN10: 0987205722
  • ISBN13: 9780987205728
  • Bestsellers rank: 65,217

This book is about: why bullies bully, why bullied kids don't tell their pareents, and how bullied kids can make a stand. It is also about: how parents sometimes create bullies, what schools can do about bullying, bullying in the workplace, preventing suicide, and how bystanders can help. Stop the Bullying! is divided into 15 chapters: 1. Bullied to death, 2. Bullying at school, 3. Bullying at home, 4. Why bullies bully, 5. Girl bullying, 6. Tips for bullied kids, 7. How can I like myself? 8. Not my child! 9. No innocent bystanders, 10. Loneliness amongst our teens, 11. Raising young children, 12. Who's in charge? 13. Let your children know you love them, 14. What you can do, 15. Kindness

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