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Emily Is Being Bullied, What Can She Do?

Emily Is Being Bullied, What Can She Do?

A Story and Anti-Bullying Guide for Children and Adults to Read Together

Helen Cowie, Harriet Tenenbaum and Ffion Jones, illustrated by Ffion Jones

Quick Overview

This guide for children ages 7-11 helps children, parents, teachers and other professionals discuss bullying together. It is based on the latest research and practice in anti-bullying interventions and portrays different perspectives - the child being bullied, the child doing the bullying and the bystanders.
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Paperback / softback
2018, 8.50in x 6.46in / 216mm x 164mm, 64pp
ISBN: 9781785925481
2018, ePUB, 56pp
ISBN: 978-1-78450-948-4
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Meet Emily. She is being bullied by a group of children at school. She describes how this makes her feel, think and act. Eventually, she finds ways to help herself and also realises that she can get help from other people - both adults and other children.

As well as the perspective of the child being bullied, this guide for children aged 7-11 portrays the view of bystanders and the bully, emphasising the difference everyone can make in a bullying situation. Based on the latest research in anti-bullying interventions and written in collaboration with leaders of the field, the book offers practical, tried-and-tested strategies for the prevention of bullying.


'Cowie, Tenebaum and Jones offer a thoughtful and useful resource for parents and teachers dealing with bullying. The realistic stories for children and adults to read together and other valuable information found in the book offer a holistic approach to why children are bullied and best practices for how it should be addressed.'
- Martin D. Ruck., Professor of Psychology and Urban Education, The Graduate Center, City University of New York


The book proposes an integrative approach to bullying, emphasizing self-confidence, assertiveness, peer support, but also involvement of other caring adults.
Its major contribution to educators and other helping professionals is the provision of knowledge needed to achieve a friendly atmosphere and success in the school environment.
It is a valuable resource for teachers and parents to help children in distress but also for educators around the world.

- Maria Malikiosi-Loizos, Professor Emeritus of Counseling Psychology at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens


Illustrated by: Ffion Jones