Bullies are real. And they are everywhere. More than ever, in light of recent happenings, the importance of teaching kids about bullying is clearer than ever. Here are 5 books we believe will help kids understand the concept of bullying better – help them wade off bullies and not to become bullies themselves.
1. Billy The Bully by Taiwo Iredele Odubiyi
When Billy starts to act differently at school by bullying others kids like Gideon, he learns about the wrong in this and the importance of personal responsibility. Read HERE.
2. Ike The Bully by Nneamaka Onochie
This book tells the story of a school bully who’s suspended at school for his bad acts and how a trip to the village plus lessons from his grandfather changed him for the better. Read HERE.
3. The Web Of Cyberbullying by Dotun Oshowole
When a group of friends from the same school encounters cyberbullying personally, they understand its impact. The dangers and preventive measures around cyberbullying are expressed comically through this book. Read HERE.
4. A Bully Is Not A Hero by Nomthi Odukoya
Ada and Ade learn reasons not to be a bully and also things to do when they are being bullied in this book. Read HERE.
5. I Am Not A Bully by Ejemai Olayemi
This book enlightens children on ways to avoid being on both sides of bullying: the bully and the bullied. Read HERE.
Kids of today are the change for tomorrow. It’s up to all of us to make the change we want to see. Let’s say no to bullying!