Books about bullying for high school
Bullying Book Lists
Great Diverse Books to Engage Students on Bullying and Bias
A good way to start a dialogue is through a book, and this collection of fiction and nonfiction reads on bullying offers a few places to start. Word is, Yaqui thinks Piddy is stuck-up, with too-light skin and too-good grades. Stine, A. King, and Jon Scieszka relate their own experiences with bullying. The vignettes reveal some were victims, some were bystanders, and some even the bullies, and should stir empathy on all sides of the issue.
With the school year beginning, books about bullying can be a great resource for children dealing with bullying, or for parents trying to help their kids. Whether they explore strategies for dealing with bullies, show victims how to regain their confidence, or simply help them feel less alone, the following books about bullying are a great starting point for anyone dealing with bullying. Martin is the popular kid in school — until a raucous night out ends in a car accident that leaves him with a facial disfigurement. Set in a dystopian future, girls known as eves are brought up in a closed school environment where they are trained on how to be pretty, submissive, and pleasing to the Men who will decide their future, selecting them to either be a companion, a concubine, or a chastity. The story follows frieda the lack of capital letter at the beginning of her name is deliberate, a reflection of her low status as a woman in an intensely sexist society , whose relationship with her best friend isabel is shaken as graduation approaches and isabel does the unthinkable — she begins to put on weight. Each chapter is told in a different poetic style, and tells the story of Sam, who reluctantly becomes friends with the school loser, Davey.
Adam Canfield, watch your back! The beckoners [electronic resource] : Library Edition. Boy girl boy. Buddha boy. The bully. Bullyville [electronic resource] : Baileywell Preparatory Academy.
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