Dare!, Tough!, Weird! Book Set
Author(s) : Erin Frankel
Paperback, 41 pages.
Dare! is told from a bystander's perspective, Jayla sees that Luisa has become the class bully's new target. Jayla initially goes along with the bully relieved that she is no longer the target. However, she sees the errors of her ways and eventually befriends Luisa (target of bully) and stands up to Sam (the bully).
Tough! is told from the bully's perspective, Sam has to be tough. She gets lots of practice at home where she is bullied by an older brother. She is eventually helped to reevaluate her mean spirited behavior towards others.
Weird! is told from a third grader perspective, Luisa describes her case of being targeted by bullying. After talking to her mom, Luisa stands up to the bully. She finds that “the more I act like I don't care the less she bothers me… now that's weird”
By Marcia and Max Nass. This entertaining and stimulating game can help players learn how to handle bullies and stand up for themselves. Players will learn how to avoid being picked on, what to say to a bully, and who to talk to about the problem. Bullies will learn why they act the way they do and how they can handle their anger and frustrations without taking it out on someone else. Ages 5-12. 2-4 players.
For grades K-6. This program deals with the growing and complex issues of cyber bullying and web safety in a warm-hearted, uproarious skit performed by Michael Pritchard and lovable, zany puppet characters.
In this book authors includes R.L. Stine, Alyson Nel, Jon Scieszka, Mo Willems, and others share their personal stories about being a victim of bullies or being a bully. These authors have united in a call to action against bullying. This book also offers resources for teens, educators, and parents.
Rigby covers the existing methods used to address bullying in school, describing when and how each method can be best applied. This resource addresses six major methods of bullying intervention and critically explores the rationale, strengths, limitations, and applicability of each intervention for different bullying situations.