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Let's Get Along! 11 Children's Books About Bullying, Teasing & Empathy

by Erin Dower

Bullying is a serious issue, and reading children's books on the topic can help kids understand it better and have healthier relationships with their peers. Whether your child has been a victim of bullying or a participant in bullying, or he just needs to learn more about empathy, these emotionally enlightening books for all ages can help. Find more books on bullying, feelings, and other tough topics in our Book Finder.

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Llama and Bully Goat, children's book

Llama Llama and the Bully Goat by Anna Dewdney


When Gilroy Goat starts teasing and laughing at Llama Llama and other classmates, Llama remembers what his teacher told him to do: walk away and tell someone. After the teacher stops the teasing, Gilroy and Lllama might even be friends again! This book from the popular Llama Llama series helps preschoolers learn how to handle teasing and bullying in a safe way.

Ages: 3-5

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Next: The Bully Blockers Club by Teresa Bateman

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