Stop Picking on Me: A First Look at Bullying

Publisher: Hodder Wayland

A sensitive look at bullying for younger children. With a combination of simple text, colour illustrations and questions the reader is encouraged to think about and understand bullying and advice on ways in which to deal with the problem.

At the end, there are notes for parents and teachers explaining how to use the book, as well suggestions for further reading and useful contacts.

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