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National Bullying Prevention Month Booklists and Links

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October is National Bullying Prevention Month

Join the movement! The End of Bullying Begins with Me: that’s the message during PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Month in October. It’s a time when communities can unite nationwide to raise awareness of bullying prevention through events, activities, outreach, and education. Resources from PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center make it easy to take action.

PACER created the campaign in 2006 with a one-week event which has now evolved into a month-long effort that encourages everyone to take an active role in the bullying prevention movement. PACER offers a variety of resources to use during October — and throughout the year — to inspire, educate and involve others to join the movement and prevent bullying where you live. Check out all of the different events and activities and make plans to get involved.

Learn about bullying and bullying prevention through books:

Dandelion App


“With all my might, you’ll all take flight… If I could but wish for better things, you’d all disperse and grow your wings. ” Benjamin Brewster, Dandelion

Rarely do I feel captivated and drawn into an imaginary app world, but this app had me with the first screen and the first note of the it’s beautiful soundtrack. From there, we entered into a world of hope and possibilities. Even more surprising is the topic matter of e-book app, which is bullying.

CLICK TO TWEET “Bullying is for people with no imagination.” -Benjamin Brewster, (from the book app Dandelion) #bullying

When author Galvin Scott Davis’ son came home from school sharing that he was being bullied, Galvin having few answers decided to offer his son a solution by way of using his imagination and creativity. Lucky for us, we too have been let in to the world of his imagination to discover solutions to this difficult problem by providing solutions for the main character of the story.

Dandelion is a story about a little boy named Benjamin Brewster who is bullied each day at “The School for the Misguided.” One day, when all seems lost, a patch of magical Dandelions appear which allow him to conjure a new world from his imagination.


Galvin Scott Davis along with the award-winning app developers at Protein have created something truly magical as they encourage kids to discuss bullying through their interaction with the Dandelion app.

Book K-2

bully booklist k-2

Grades 3-5

bully booklist grades 3-5

Grades 6-8

bullying booklist 6-8

One of my personal favorites:


bully booklist

Giraffes Can’t Dance


Never Say a Mean Word Again


What books are your favorites?

5 thoughts on “National Bullying Prevention Month Booklists and Links

  1. I wrote about going back to school with bullies in august as school was just beginning. bullying has impacted our family in such that we have had family members who were bullied and some in fact did things that they regretted and one took his own life. bullying is terrible so happy to see there is a book that children can understand

  2. I love your book suggestions! Some of my favorite books on this topic are Twerp, Wonder, and The Bully Book by Eric Kahn Gale. This is such an important topic to educate children and parents on. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I loved all the suggestions that you have to combat bullying. I have pinned all of them.
    It just so happens (sadly) this topic came up in our household.

    1. I’m so sorry to here that but so glad you’re finding resources to help you.

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