A Kids Book About Bullyingby A Kids Co.
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Bullying doesn't always seem like it when it's happening, here's how to spot it.
Sometimes kids can be mean. Really mean. While sticks and stones might break some bones, words will always hurt more. This book explores how hard bullying can be and how complicated it can be to call it what it is when it’s happening.
Designed by A Kids Co. in Portland, Oregon, USA.
• Hardback Size: 8in. x 10in.
• 72 pages
• Copyright 2020
• Printed in the USA
About the Brand
A Kid's Co. was started by Jelani Memory, a father of 6 who wrote a book to help teach his kids about racism. Growing up as a black kid in the whitest city in America, he felt it was important that his kids not only know and understood what racism was, but be able to talk about it openly. And now, some three later, A Kid's Co. has published over 70 books ranging from topics like Divorce, Optimism, Voting, Cancer, Shame, Racism, Gratitude, Empathy, and Being Non-Binary.
A Kid's Co. is on a mission to empower a generation of kids through diverse storytelling. They are a company built around the idea that kids are ready to talk about the important stuff of life, and that books are a magical way to open up those conversations. Kids deserve better. And we can do better.
About the Author
Elizabeth Tom (she/her) is a high schooler who enjoys basketball, swimming, softball, and most of all horseback riding. She dreams of one day becoming an equine veterinarian. A hope of hers is to see people simply love people. Every day she is excited to see how God works in her life.