Thursday, April 28, 2016

Bullying Prevention


MarksvilleandMe reviews
Bullying Prevention
written by 
Dr. Wendy Craig, Dr. Debra Pepler, and Dr. Joanne Cummings


Bullying Prevention is a great resource for both younger and older parents of either the bully or those being bullied. I think this is a great book to get when your child is born so you can begin to ready them  and yourselves for what may lay ahead, or even stop them from becoming THE BULLY themselves. 

Lots of ideas, thoughts, and scenarios that show what you could deal with and how to get around the system to get your child help. Personally I think kids have just gotten out of hand, but with how fast things change it is hard for everyone to keep up with the changes we are all faced with. 

I find this a great resource that every library and school office should have available for parents.

Bullying Prevention can be found here. I also like that they have a fundraising option for schools or organizations that could benefit from this. 

What Quick Find Books has to say about Bullying Prevention.

Written by three top experts in the field, this research-based book provides parents with key information about the causes of bullying and how to prevent it, at all age and grade levels. This book, while written for parents,  has also been used by many teachers and school administrators to better understand and  deal with  bullying, including cyber-bullying. 
Topics covered include: Bullying: Myths, Facts and Solutions; Bullying in Preschool; Bullying in Elementary School; Adolescents and Bullying; Electronic or Cyber-bullying; Children Who Bully -- What to do at home; What Parents Can Do to Help a child Who Is Victimized; How Parents Can Work with the School; Bullying Prevention Through the Golden  Rule; and Resources for Parents.


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