Rusick, Jessica, author
Readers learn about the #IAmAWitness movement, from early research and attempts to stop bullying, Cyberbullying, and bullying's effects such as school shootings and suicides. Also examined are efforts to prevent bullying from Melania Trump's Be Best campaign and The Megan Meier and Tyler Clementi foundations.
Olson, Elsie, 1986- author
"Kids have superpowers! This title guides kids to their inner powers to help them be kind and beat bullying! They will learn how to recognize bullying, discover what they can do to stop it, and find out how to stand up for themselves and others. Readers will learn to become the best they can be, a kid hero!
Sanders, Rob, author
Blaine's a boy who loves to shine . . . well actually, he loves to sparkle. Whether it's his uniform, his book bag, or even his baseball cap, Blaine's all about the bling. But when his bling rubs some people the wrong way, and the bullying begins, Blaine--along with the entire school--starts to lose his shine. Can Blaine's friends bring back his glimmer and gleam by glittering up their own wardrobes? This delightful story proves that anyone can love bling, and that happiness comes when allies band together to throw glitter--not shade.
A serious yet humorous guide to dealing with bullies.
Jeffries, Donald, 1956-
Donald Jeffries turns his critical eye onto the topic of bullying to show how teachers, principals, and other school officials invariably side with the bullies in the most egregious cases, instead of protecting the victims. He also shows how many so-called anti-bullying activists and nearly all the professional "experts" excuse bullying and in fact laud sociopathic behavior in general. As Jeffries demonstrates, this curious phenomenon is due to the power and influence of the social hierarchy, and it revolves to a great extent around the enduring popularity of sports.
Sornson, Robert, author
Gagne, Tammy, author
"Online Shaming and Bullying explores the history behind these problems, the effects of these issues on society, and ongoing efforts toward preventing online shaming and bullying"-- Provided by publisher.
Henderson, Robert M., author
Using social media to shame and bully isn't confined to tweens and teenagers-it's also happening in colleges, in the workplace, and in adult communities. Our society places a high value on free speech, leading many people to believe they should be able to say whatever they want to whomever they want. This is not true, but it can be unclear where the line is. And just because we "can" say things doesn't mean we should. It's not surprising that teenagers struggle with this problem because they often see the adults in their lives saying mean and nasty things to others.
Morin, Amanda, author
Two sides to every story ... helping kids learn compassion and understanding. Teach children ages 5 to 7 about empathy and putting themselves in someone else's shoes. In this entry into bullying books for kids, they'll read about how best friends Ava and Sofia handle a problem with bullying. The story is told twice, first from Sofia's point of view, and then from Ava's, so kids can experience how their feelings change when they see things from a different perspective.