Mom's Choice Award Winner
How to stop bullying and why do bullies bully is the question? Unfortunately there will always be bullies. There are many bullying books for children of all ages. This children's book is written in rhyme with the intention of motivating children who are being bullied to seek out help sooner rather than later. Mikey took karate lessons to learn how to defend himself. He soon realized that fighting bullies would only get him into trouble, and wasn't the best way he could stop bullying from happening to him.
Hard Cover Print ISBN: 978-1-94195-14-0
eBook ISBN: 978-1- 941095-01- 0
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As an anti-bullying advocate and on behalf of my young son, I'm always looking for educational and safe materials consistent with positive anti-bullying awareness and age-appropriate strategies. "Bullies Beware" does just that! Paul Kramer's prose flows easily to keep children engaged in Mikey's story. Bullies Beware captures the frustration Mikey endures on a daily basis, providing a colorful narrative with relatable characters that could easily be found on most school playgrounds the world over. Throughout his journey, Mikey learns valuable life lessons, none more important than learning how to channel his frustration in positive and achievable ways. Bullies Beware not only helps children who've been bullied, but also serves as a preventative tool for parents and teachers. As for my own son, he loves this book and he's really all the gauge I need.
Lisa Reyna Loe, Anti-bullying & SpEd Advocate
If you are being bullied reach out. Don't be afraid to stand up and say no to being intimidated. Be proactive to help others. Be an advocate to someone who might be being bullied. The book "Bullies Beware" is worth reading to help you.
By Kristl Widner
"Bullies Beware" is point on. I thought your book was great and I loved the illustrations. I like how Mikey sticks up for himself and is assertive with bullies initially. He also problem solved by taking karate lessons which provided him much needed confidence. He did the right thing in telling his teacher. I like that he admits he is scared at the end of the story. Congratulations on a winning book.
Susan Strauss RN ED.D
Harassment and Bullying Consultant
"Bullies Beware" is a text well needed in every classroom. Addressing this issue is often difficult for many children, young people and even adults. This topic appeals to both children and young adults.
Wendy Jacob, Reading Specialist, Education Specialist
San Diego United School District