Sophia Writes to Her Bully

Sophia Writes to Her Bully

by Mildred D. Peyton

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Overview

Sophia experiences verbal and social (also referred to as relational) bullying from her classmates during recess. Whenever Sophia attempts to play with a group of students from her fourth-grade class, she is rejected; Amber also calls her an inappropriate name. Only when Sophia takes action by confronting her bully with a letter does her victimization finally end.
Want to know what Sophia was being called and how her classmates treated her? Read Sophia Writes to Her Bully and find out what her letter is all about!
Social exclusion is a form of bullying experienced by some children. When it occurs, they feel isolated, alone, and humiliated. It's important for parents to be informed and talk with their children about all types of bullying (e.g., verbal, physical, social/relational, and cyberbullying) so they're better equipped to intervene or prevent their child from bullying others or being a victim of bullying.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781543276459
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/21/2017
Pages: 24
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.06(d)

About the Author

Dr. Mildred D. Peyton is a mother and a wife living in Maryland. Dr. Peyton has devoted most of her professional career in human services and public service to providing assistance for individuals, children, and their families. She is also a local children's author whose work sheds light on bullying to help all children who are exposed to that issue, particularly. As a local author, Dr. Peyton wants to be a source of inspiration for children who are victims of bullying, as well as their parents. Her immediate desire and goal are to work with local children and youth programs and organizations to develop policies and curricula to prevent bullying and to empower its victims. Dr. Peyton is also interested in research and policy analysis that will positively impact social policy and programs to improve the lives of all children and their families.
To learn more about the author, visit www.drmildredpeyton.com.

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