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The Kids' Guide: Anti-Bullying

Louise Spilsbury, Scott Garrett

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Personal & social issues: bullying, violence & abu

This sensitively written guide will help children to understand more about what bullying is and good ways to deal with it

You might want to read this book because you are being bullied. Or maybe you know a person who is being bullied and you want to help them. Or perhaps you're worried that you're a bully and you want to understand why and how to stop...

There are things you can do and there are things that other people can do to help you. This book will help you to get through this. Topics covered include frenemies, physical bullying, name-calling, teasing, being left out, cyberbullying and how to get help.

Consultants from the Anti-Bullying Alliance provide expert advice and information.

Other titles in The Kids' Guide series:
Anti-Racism
Dealing with Anxiety
Dealing with Divorce
Dealing with Death
Understanding Autism

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Louise Spilsbury

Award-winning author Louise Spilsbury, who also writes under the name Louise Kay Stewart, has written over 250 books for young people on a wide range of exciting subjects. She loves writing children's books as it gives her the chance to keep learning about new stuff. She lives and works near the coast in South Devon and loves to walk on the beach and swim in the sea after work. Louise won The English Association Margaret Mallett Award for Children's Non-Fiction 2019 for Rebel Voices: the rise of votes for women.

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