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Anti Bullying Week & World Kindness Day

Anti Bullying Week takes place in November every year, and during that week we celebrate World Kindness Day, an internationally recognised day to encourage kind and thoughtful acts at home and across the community. It is, however, an important and relevant theme throughout the year and we have gathered together a selection of books to provide further reading.

This year the theme for Anti-Bullying Week was Change Starts With Us. The Anti-Bullying Alliance has a full programme of events and activities for the week including Odd Socks Day, a fun opportunity for children to express their individuality, and Stop Speak Support to focus on cyber-bullying.

You can find resources for these events and more information on the growing problem of cyberbullying, how it can affect kids and adults, and the ensuing mental health-related problems at www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk

World Kindness Day was introduced by the World Kindness Movement in 1998 to highlight, unite and promote good deeds within the community and in day to day life.

There are many ways to take part and schools across the country will be holding special events including making kindness cards and encouraging random acts of kindness.

You can find out more at kindnessuk.com

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Crow Girl

Crow Girl

11+ readers 13+ readers

Author: Kate Cann Format: Paperback Release Date: 01/01/2012

Interest Age 11+ Reading Age 8+. Brand new edition of a bestselling teen novel ideal for girls - an original tale of romance and growing up.  Lily dreads going back to school after the summer - will the bullying this year be as bad as the last? Hiding away from reality, she forms an unlikely alliance with the crows in the woods. With them on side, she gains the confidence to make herself noticed at Kyle Hooper's Halloween party, showing everyone she exists.  Award-winning publisher Barrington Stoke have a decade of experience in publishing books for the dyslexic, struggling and reluctant reader and have sold nearly 3 million books worldwide. Their tried and tested easy-to-read layouts ensure accessibility for all reluctant readers.

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