Think Twice, Play Nice: Using the Power of Children's Literature to Take a Stand Against Bullying

Think Twice, Play Nice: Using the Power of Children's Literature to Take a Stand Against Bullying
One in three children has been bullied; use the power of children's literature to take a stand against bullying! Think Twice, Play Nice is an anti-bullying resource for teachers, librarians, educators, and students. The books suggested in this guide range from picture books to young adult novels. They feature thought-provoking plots and unforgettable characters that will facilitate classroom discussions about the roles we can all play to reduce bullying and its negative influence on building community.

Grade Levels: K - 12

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