Explains how, why, when, and where people get bullied as well as who does the bullying and what can be done about it.
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Grade 1-3-Powell defines bullying and discusses why children become bullies, how it feels both to victim and victimizer, and why children often don't seek help. "It is never your fault if you get bullied," she informs children, thus offering positive reassurances and good advice. While there are numerous fiction offerings on this subject, little nonfiction is available at this reading level and this one would make an effective extension of picture books such as Phyllis Reynolds Naylor's King of the Playground (Atheneum, 1991). Equally reassuring and helpful information is provided in Family Breakup, which defines a family as "...people loving and caring for each other." Responding to such stress-producing questions as why families break up, who you can talk to, where will you live, and what a stepfamily is, Powell deals with most of the initial concerns of children whose families are breaking up. While her answers occasionally seem a bit simplistic, she is right on target in what young readers in this situation would be asking, and she provides a broad stroke of answers, suggestions, and positive direction. With their picture-book size, glossy paper, large print, and crisp color photographs of racially diverse young people and adults, these attractive packages give good information on tough topics.
Rosie Peasley, Empire Union School District, Modesto, CA
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