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  • Format: Hardbound
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  • Published on: 11/28/2012
  • ISBN: 9781608871636
  • Pages: 12
  • Trim Size: 6.5 x 9
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Product Description

It’s never too early to make children aware of behaviors they will likely deal with in their young lives. Bully is for them to read alone or with an adult, to better understand intimidating interactions with their peers.

This book covers all the sorts of bullying your child may encounter—physical, emotional, and cyber. Bullying is a reality of our times, and this book’s straight-talk, accessible approach to the topic encourages kids to open up about their experiences. With colorful drawings, fold-outs, and flaps, here is an interactive, fun way get the conversation started. Diary pages at the end to keep a record of incidents along with positive suggestions for coping make Bully a great first step in handling a difficult situation.

Editorial Reviews

Ann I Am: “The lift-the-flap book Bully is a perfect book for younger kids to learn about the types of bullying and what they can do if they are bullied. The lift-the-flaps with fun pictures makes this a great book to engage the younger reader on such an important topic.”

Heck of a Bunch: “…a good start to teaching kids early about what a bully is and how to stand up for themselves.”

About the Author

Sheri Safran, Author: Sheri Safran is the author of more than 30 children’s books and the co-director of Tango Books in London. A native New Yorker, she began her career at Fawcett World Library and then became director of publicity at Bernard Geis Associates and Stein & Day before founding her own publicity & literary agency. She lives in London.

Naomi Tipping, Illustrator: Naomi Tipping works for a variety of editorial, print, design, and publishing clients, including Harcourt Education, Harper Collins, and Oxford University Press. Her illustrations incorporate a combination of collage, line art, found materials, and computer manipulation.