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, Social/Emotional Development: Peer Relations
||Children and Bullying: How Parents and Educators Can Reduce Bullying at School
||1405162546 & 978-1405162548
||Many books have recently been written about bullying in schools, but few, if any, have attempted to combine what has been learned from research with what it would be useful for parents to know about peer victimization in schools. This book by Dr. Ken Rigby attempts to show how parents and educators, principally teachers and school counsellors, can work together to reduce bullying and the associated distress which many children experience from bullying at school.
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