October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Use audiobooks to start important conversations about bullying with your kids. Visit www.thebullyconversation.com to request a FREE CD sampler and hear interviews with Laurie Halse Anderson, David Levithan, and more!
The power of literature can help prevent bullying by generating important conversations in classrooms, families, and communities. AudiobooksÂ can also provide support to those who experience bullying. Reading or listening together can start important discussions about tough topics like bullying and suicide. As Jay Asher, bestselling author of THIRTEEN REASONS WHY, explains, â€śKeeping these issues silent helps no one who is currently dealing with them. People in that situation need to reach out for help and know theyâ€™re not alone, but that only happens when others come forward with their stories.â€ť
Find more discussion-worthy audiobooks in our Anti-Bullying Featured Collection, including:
For more audios, resources, and information about how to help stop bullying visit www.thebullyconversation.com. Listen to our thought-provoking interviews with Emily Bazelon, Laurie Halse Anderson, and David Levithan. PLUS, request a FREE â€śKids & Bullying: Audiobooks for Conversationâ€ť CD sampler, featuring an interview with Jay Asher.