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ISBN: 9781432908195
Author: Raum, Elizabeth
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books
Published: May 2008
Retail: $25.36    OUR PRICE: $1.00
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Binding Type: Library Binding
Annotation: Read this title to learn about what fighting is, who it affects, and how it can be prevented. Get the facts about why some children fight and learn how to avoid fighting. It’s okay to disagree, but it’s not okay to hurt someone.
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Physical Information: 0.38" H x 8.67" L x 7.96" W 32 pages
Bargain Category: Upper Elementary, Social Issues, Reference, Non-Fiction, Early Elementary, $1 Books!
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Reviewed by Horn Book Guide Reviews (Horn Book Guide Reviews 2009 Spring)
These books about interpersonal relationships address the reasons conflicts take place and discuss how children can find positive solutions. The texts, though choppy, are accessible, and potentially act as starting points for discussion. Stock photos, many of which are awkwardly staged, help illustrate situations that children may encounter at school, home, playing fields, and elsewhere. Reading list, websites. Glos., ind. [Review covers these Tough Topics titles: [cf2]Bullying[cf1], [cf2]Fighting[cf1], and [cf2]Peer Pressure[cf1].] Copyright 2009 Horn Book Guide Reviews.
Reviewed by School Library Journal Reviews (SLJ Reviews 2008 November)

Gr 1–3—These titles are solid resources for teachers, librarians, counselors, and parents, as well as children. Their strength is the clear, concise writing and well-placed questions that provide adults with excellent discussion starters. The topics are presented in an age-appropriate manner. For example, Bullying defines its topic as "hurting, scaring, or leaving someone out on purpose. Bullying is unkind and unfair." Children will have no trouble understanding this definition and recognizing the experience. Good advice is provided, such as finding a trusted adult if you are being bullied or you are witnessing a fight; or talking to a parent, teacher, or principal (or a grandparent in Brothers and Sisters) if you need help or are scared or angry. The color photos don't add a lot to the texts-some appear to be staged and there are two pictures that are repeated in two different books, but they may be useful in discussing body language.—Stephanie Farnlacher, Trace Crossings Elementary School, Hoover, AL

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