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As you take a look around the barnyard, you’ll come across all types of farm animals. The horses can’t get along. The cats are a mess, and the goats are fighting. And the rooster, the rooster is the biggest bully of them all! You can learn how to stop bullying before it starts and make your home and school a safer place for everyone.

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Description

Bullying of any form is devastating to a child. We hear of children and teens taking their own life, who’ve been bulled and socially embarrassed to the point that they see no relief from the pain.

This book is designed for parents, teachers, and school counselors to read to their children to teach, train, and spark conversation at early ages. Not only conversations that may help them from participating in bullying, but also conversations to help them cope if they are the victim of bullying. Education is a key to prevention of unacceptable behavior. Barnyard Bully is a book designed to educate young elementary children on the facts of Bullying:

  1.  What is bullying
  2.  How not to participate in it
  3.  Using the STOP acronym to remember these principles

Synopsis

As you take a look around the barnyard, you’ll come across all types of farm animals. The horses can’t get along. The cats are a mess, and the goats are fighting. And the rooster, the rooster is the biggest bully of them all! You can learn how to stop bullying before it starts and make your home and school a safer place for everyone

About the Author

Dawn Thompson is a writer, speaker, and ordained minister. She has a BA in Theology and has worked in the ministry for 30 years. She works at a child welfare agency, which assists helping children throughout the world find loving homes. Dawn has given birth to three children and has been a mentor to many others. She enjoys teaching kids life skills necessary to live a full, abundant life. Dawn has been a foster parent to teens, and served on several boards to better the communities in which she has lived. She has piloted and operated teen centers and has developed mentoring and volunteer training programs.

Highlights

  • Ann Byle has written a feature on Dawn Thompson and her two books in the West Michigan Christian News.
  • Review from Midwest Book Review, who highly recommended this book. March 2017 issue.

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