How to Handle Bullies, Teasers, and Other Meanies: A Book That Takes the Nuisance Out of Name Calling and Other Nonsense
Offers useful tips on how kids can use verbal techniques to turn a bully's slurs inside out. For ages 9 and up.
A Smart Girl’s Guide to Friendship Troubles: Dealing with Fights, Being Left Out & the Whole Popularity Thing – Order now
Patti Kelley Criswell
Quizzes, real-life case studies, and tips encourage girls to be true to themselves, value good friends, and know when it’s time to walk away. Winner of the 2003 Honors NAPPA Award. For ages 10 and up.
Stand Up for Yourself & Your Friends: Dealing with Bullies and Bossiness, and Finding a Better Way – Order now
Patti Kelley Criswell
Offers advice on how to ignore a bully, speak up, be a good bystander, and reach out for help from trusted adults. Includes “10 Big Truths About Bullying,” a tear-out note to parents. For ages 8 and up.
“Stick Up for Yourself!” Every Kid’s Guide to Personal Power and Positive Self-Esteem
Gershen Kaufman, Raphael Lev and Pamela Espeland
Exercises help readers explore their feelings and needs, while stressing that they are responsible for their own behavior and happiness.
I Can Make My World a Safer Place: A Kid's Book About Stopping Violence
Encourages kids to think about and act to promote peace at home, in their communities, and in the world. For ages 9 and up.
What Do You Stand For?
Barbara A. Lewis
True stories about kids who are making a positive difference in their schools and communities. For ages 9 and up.
The Feelings Book: The Care and Keeping of Your Emotions – Order now
Straightforward advice, tips, and coping strategies help girls learn to understand their emotions, express their feelings, and stay in control. Winner of the 2002 Parents’ Choice Approved Award. For ages 9 and up.
Cliques, Phonies, and Other Baloney
Examines cliques versus friendship groups, phonies versus real friends, and popularity versus being popular with yourself. For ages 8 and up.
Bullies Are a Pain in the Brain
Trevor Romain and Elizabeth Verdick
A simple approach to dealing with a difficult issue faced by millions of children every day. Graphic format with cartoon characters and lots of additional recommended resources. For ages 8 and up.