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Bullycide: death at playtime, an expose of child suicide cause by bullying, Neil Marr and Tim Field, Success Unlimited, 2001, ISBN 0952912120. Introduction by Jo Brand. [Order a copy]
Also available in electronic form including HTML, PDF, PDB, LIT and TK3.
Bully Free, Michele Elliott and Gaby Shenton, Kidscape, 1999
Beyond Bullying, Gaby Shenton, Kidscape, Bracher Giles and Martin, 1999
101 ways to deal with bullying: a guide for parents, Michele Elliott, Hodder
Keeping safe, a practical guide to talking with children, Michele Elliott, Coronet Books, 1994
The Willow Street Kids: Be smart, stay safe, Michele Elliott, Pan Macmillan
The Willow Street Kids: Beat the bullies, Michele Elliott, Pan Macmillan
Bully Wise Guide, Michele Elliott, Hodder, 1999
Bullying: a practical guide to coping for schools, Michele Elliott, FT Prentice Hall
School Mobbing and Emotional Abuse: See It - Stop It - Prevent It by Gail Pursell Elliott
Don't pick on me, Rosemary Stones, Piccadilly Press, 1993
Why is Everybody Always Picking on Me? A Guide to Handling Bullies by Dr Terrence Webster-Doyle.
Bullies are a pain in the brain, Trevor Romain, free spirit publishing, 1997
How to Handle Bullies, Teasers, and Other Meanies by Kate Cohen-Posey
The Bully, The Bullied and the Bystander, Barbara Coloroso, HarperCollins
Bully Busting, Evelyn Field, Finch, 1999
Bullying: a resource guide for parents and teachers,Vivette O'Donnell and the Campaign Against Bullying, Attic Press, 1995
Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls, Rachel Simmons, Harcourt & Company
Helping Children Cope With Bullying, Sarah Lawson, Sheldon Press
501 ways to be a good parent, Michele Elliott, Hodder and Stoughton, 1996
Bullying, Issues, Volume 13, a concise, comprehensive and readable overview of child and adult bullying by leading authorities. Independence Educational Publishers, PO Box 295, Cambridge CB1 3XP, UK, Tel +44 (0)1223 566130 Fax +44 (0)1223 566131, credit card orders +44 (0)1223 576435
The Anti-Bullying Handbook, Keith Sullivan, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-558388-4, £9.99, 2000, details email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Bullying in Secondary Schools: What It Looks Like and How To Manage It, Keith Sullivan & Mark Cleary & Mark Cleary, Paul Chapman Educational Publishing, 2003
The Lucy Doll, Diane Jarvis Jones, 32pp, softcover, colour illust, age 3-7, ISBN 0-9699407-3-4. A new Canadian resource picture book on bullying for children
Sexual bullying: gender conflict and pupil culture in secondary schools, Neil Duncan, Routledge, 1999
Breaking The Silence - A Guide To Helping Children With Complicated Grief, Linda Goldman (includes two chapters on bullying)
Does Your Child Have a Hidden Disability? Jill Curtis, Hodder and Stoughton, September 2002, £7.99. 'Invisible' disabilities are often hard to understand, and there is a section in the book about being extra vigilant about bullying of children with special needs.
The Bully, The Bullied and the Bystander, Barbara Coloroso, HarperCollins
The Bully - A Discussion and Activity Story, Rita Y. Toews
Unmasking Bullies and victims: revealing their physiological, psychological, and emotional patterns, Mary Blakely
You and me Bully free, Frank Davis, 2004
The No-Nonsense Guide To Kids' Bullying Solutions
Reports and publications
Why Me? Children talking to ChildLine about bullying, Mary MacLeod and Sally Morris
Long-term effects of bullying, Michele Elliott and Gaby Shenton, Kidscape (published in Bully Free)
Preventing school bullying, Professor John Pitts, Home Office Report
Still running: children on the streets, The Children's Society, 1999
I didn't come here for fun, Save the Children Scotland and Scottish Refugee Council, 2000
Don't suffer in silence, DfEE anti-bullying pack for schools, 1994
Action Against Bullying: a support pack for schools, Scottish Council for Research in Education, Edinburgh
Bullying: a guide to the law, Children's Legal Centre, University of Essex
Trauma, PTSD, psychiatric injury
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: the invisible injury, 2005 edition, David Kinchin, Success Unlimited, 2004, ISBN 0952912139. This is a revised and updated edition of David Kinchin's original book Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: a practical guide to recovery published by Thorsons in 1994 and republished by Success Unlimited in 1998 and 2001. David has added chapters on PTSD caused by terrorism, physical and sexual abuse, and bullying. An insider's view from a former PTSD sufferer. [Order a copy]
Supporting Children with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: a practical guide for teachers and professionals, David Kinchin and Erica Brown, David Fulton Publishers, 2001, ISBN 1853467278
The verbally abusive relationship: how to recognize it and how to respond, Patricia Evans, Adams, ISBN 1558505822. Recommended, especially if you're dealing with a psychologically violent partner, co-worker, or manager.
Where there is evil,Sandra Brown, Macmillan, 1998, paperback ISBN 0-330367579 price £6.99, hardback ISBN 0-333-72185-3. An inspirational account of one woman's courageous attempts to bring a paedophile and the killer of Moira Anderson to justice. Proceeds from this book will help establish a foundation to support targets of all forms of abuse to bring cases to court.
Female sexual abuse of children: the ultimate taboo, Michele Elliott (Ed), John Wiley.
Links to people, web sites and organisations dealing with child and school bullying who can provide information, advice and support.
Videos on dealing with school bullying.
Kidscape resources page.
Parents Pack available by sending A4 SAE with two first-class stamps plus cheque/PO for £2.50 payable to Anti-Bullying Campaign to Anti-Bullying Campaign, 185 Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 7UF.
Tackling Bullying is a booklet for parents, available price £1.50 plus SAE from Advisory Centre for Education (ACE), 1B Aberdeen Studios, 22 Highbury Grove, London N5 2EA.
Incentive Plus provides resource packs on resolving conflict, morality, citizenship, civil liberties, and crime and punishment including videos. For their secondary schools resources catalogue contact Incentive Plus, PO Box 5220, Great Horwood, Milton Keynes, Bucks MK17 0YN, UK, tel 01908 526120, email email@example.com. The catalogue also makes available books and resources on confidence and esteem building, relationships, handling anger, bullying, discrimination etc.
Positive Books for Children is a unique collection of books with one major theme: the positive, holistic development of our children through nurturing their beliefs, values, confidence, self-esteem, personal, social and spiritual development.
Issues is a collection of photocopiable resources books and study guides produced by Independence Educational Publishers Ltd.
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