10 Anti-Bullying Picture Books for KidsBooks that can boost your child's willpower against bullying

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6. The Juice Box Bully

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Pete has just moved in to a new school where the kids are warm and friendly.

When Pete began to behave badly, he marvelled at how the kids reacted to his bad behaviour. The school kids did not just stand and watch; instead they taught Pete an important lesson on “the Promise” which Mr. Peltzer gave them. These amazing kids helped Pete to let go of his nasty habits and soon, he also vowed his own “promise” to look after each other’s well-being in school.

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7. Goal

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Set in South African streets, the story is about a boy named Ajani and his friends who just held a genuine soccer ball for the first time. The boys come out in an alley to play but a group of bullies tried to steal the ball away. These clever young men are on track not just to retrieve ownership of the ball but to employ bravery in facing these bullies.

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8. Willow Finds a Way

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Kristabelle was a popular girl in class. One day, she makes an announcement in class about throwing a fantastic birthday party. She shows everyone a list of the names that will come to the party. No one wanted to be left out especially Willow. And so Kristabelle used this opportunity to boss around and demands everyone to do what she wants. Everyone fears of being crashed out from the list, so they obey without hesitation. Willow has grown tired of Kristabelle’s hounding and finds a way out in telling Kristabelle the truth about her mean actions.

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9. Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun

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Ralph is so amused with Lucy that he likes picking on her. But that is about to change when Ralph badly needs Lucy’s help. This is a story about Lucy who never doubts herself but stood firm to what she believed is right.

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10. My Secret Bully

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Katie and Monica have been the best of friends ever since they were small. Monica shares her intimate secrets to Katie. Later, Katie begins to gossip about Monica to her other friends. She keeps on manipulating and namecalling Monica which humiliated her more. Luckily, Monica learns to face her own monsters and reclaims her integrity with help of a supportive adult — her mum.

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These books are not just your regular bedtime stories. May this be an opportunity to help your child be aware of the consequences of bullying and the various ways to get out of it. But it will be more effective if you create a bully-free atmosphere in your home where your kids are nurtured and loved.

Which anti-bullying books you want to read to your child?

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