These activities and fun exercises will help you feel braver, understand your feelings, make choices about how to react, talk to others about your worries (if you want to), and grow in courage, confidence and positivity.
Appropriate for ages 8 - 13.
Duck has just one question: Can I Join Your Club? He wants to belong to all of them. To any of them. Elephant Club, Lion Club, he just wants to belong. And he tries so hard to fit in so he can—kids will love pointing out in the illustrations just how he tries—a curly wig, dark glasses—but it just doesn’t work. He can’t be someone else. So, he starts his own club. And there’s ONE rule—everyone is welcome! Because when it comes to making friends, being yourself is all that counts, in this heartwarming celebration of diversity, inclusiveness and friendship. Appropriate for ages 4 - 8.
A write-in book filled with a wide range of poetry writing activities, tips, and advice to inspire a new generation of young poets. This book aims to make poetry accessible and exciting for beginners. Appropriate for ages 10 - 15.
Jack is an inventor, a photographer, a handball player, and a joke teller. He likes hanging out with his friends; he likes going to school—until George Hamel calls Jack “Butthead.” Pretty soon, all the kids at school call Jack “Butthead.” Jack’s in BIG trouble...school is getting dangerous. Will anyone listen? Can anyone help?
A dramatic, heart-wrenching story about the power of bullying, and the power of love, family, and community to overcome it.
This is available only in a set including also: Super Jack, Always Jack and Being Jack.
Appropriate for ages 8 - 12.
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The peaceful activities and exercises will guide you through common worries for children, how to understand and address them. Appropriate for ages 8 - 12.
Lula and Lenka are best friends and total opposites, but together they make the perfect pair. Until the day that Everything Goes Wrong. Suddenly they are no longer friends. Each blames the other and neither is prepared to listen or forgive. Will it be this way forever? Appropriate for ages 5 - 7.
All the emotions seven-year-old Leroy experiences as the bully on the bus taunts and threatens him are perfectly captured in this sensitive and beautifully written verse novel. The heartwarming ending is empowering and offers courage to anyone who’s ever felt small. Appropriate for ages 5 - 15.
Eleven-year-old Felix Twain’s life revolves around the number two – and that’s become a problem. A problem so bad that he’s on the verge of being expelled from school... but a new friend turns Felix’s world upside down. Appropriate for ages 8 - 12.
Also, available for purchase through your child's school are the following titles related to bullying and social/emotional learning:
The supportive activities in this book are designed to tackle child anxiety and stress, help the child to work out how and why they feel worried, encourage them to talk to others about their worries (if they want to), and feel calmer. Appropriate for ages 8 - 13.
Sid spends most of his time at home. He is upside down, so it’s easier that way. Until, one day, a basketball lands in his breakfast and changes everything. A book about accepting our differences and the positive ripple effect of including others. Appropriate for ages 4 - 8.
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