5 Books to Read for National Bullying Prevention Month

Bullying, unfortunately, is a part of most young people’s lives. With the advent of the internet, online trolling has become just another way for kids to torment each other. Learning to value ourselves is an important life lesson—one where books can lend a tremendous helping hand. Whether you know a child who’s currently being bullied, or just want to send a positive message of support, these five books are perfect reading material with a clear anti-bullying sentiment.



Ask Emma #1 by Sheryl Berk & Carrie Berk




Eddie the Bully by Henry Cole




Be Cool Be Nice by The Be Cool Be Nice Movement




Quincy by Barbara DiLorenzo




Hey, It’s Okay to Be You by Jessie Paege




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