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We Can Deal With Bullying

Empowerment for young people

$24.99
ISBN
9781760791438
More Information
By Gina Dawson - Illustrated by Kate Bouman
Format Paperback / softback
Page Extent 64
Book Size 420 mm (H x W x D)
Imprint New Holland Publishers
Release Date 1/03/2020
Subject Classification Education / Education: care & counselling of students / Bullying & anti-bullying strategies

Bullying is serious and potentially has a lasting impact. Young people may feel afraid or ashamed and may even believe they are in some way responsible or helpless to stop it.

We Can Deal with Bullying! debunks these beliefs. The gentle, conversational and supportive text encourages young people to ask for help, maintain self-esteem, develop resilience, manage their reactions and stand united with others against bullying.

Showing different perspectives, We Can Deal with Bullying! exposes bullying for what it really is - all about the bully. Young people can learn to turn the black back onto the bully and hold their heads high, reassured that whatever the outcome there is life after bullying.

Suitable for any age We Can Deal with Bullying! is an important read for all young people,

Gina Dawson

Gina Dawson is a teacher who spent fifteen years presenting programs on a variety of social and personal issues to students of all ages across all school sectors. She knows how to present facts on a range of topics and promote discussion in a way that is fun, non-threatening and entirely comfortable. As well as her interest in youth well-being, Gina is a lifelong lover of dogs, an experienced trainer and is cognizant of the disability sector. She volunteers for a Service Dog organisation and is keen to educate children about the many roles dogs play in society. Now retired, Gina’s passion is writing children’s books that educate and promote awareness, as well as ghost writing memoirs. Her other interests include reading, walking, architecture, travelling, and spending time with family, friends and of course her dog.