Resolving Bullying Veritas.
In recent years, bullying has come to the forefront of schools as a serious problem. Policies have been written and strategies created. This book looks at bullying as a relational issue and puts forward ideas and strategies for the individuals themselves to use. It is aimed at children, their parents/guardians, teachers and professionals who work with the age group of six to twelve years. This story focuses on the effects bullying has on a boy called Dan. Dan becomes sad and withdrawn by the experience His world changes completely. As the story continues, he finds support and learns helpful tips and ideas. He begins to regain his confidence and learns how to be happy again.
The books in the Resolving Series are simple, straightforward, but very clever tools. They work to help children realise how the characters in the books reflect their own situation. They explain why they are in the situation and aid them in working out ways of resolving the problems, normally with the help of their parents, teachers, guardians, counselors and friends. The books also have a very useful toolbox section to help the child/children understand, practice and express their problem and themselves.
Ages 6 to 12