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Nicki Nice's Bully (Nick Nice) (Volume 1) Paperback – February 16, 2017
About the Author
Dr. Fran White has been a psychologist and family therapist for over three decades and has written volumes about child development. In her volunteer work as a national Character Counts Coach ( A national organization which promotes character development in schools.), she had witnessed much aggression in the classrooms that she visited exhibited by bullies. Dr. White believes that both the class bully and their victims suffer life long emotional scars as a result of this behavioral dysfunction unless intervention is provided in the form of counseling. Dr. White, in her private practice, has provided family and individual therapy and treatment for both children and adults. She does stress that "Knowledge is Power" and providing relevant information to your child is crucial.
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Much has changed in 40 years. We now seek to understand why bullies do what they do to help them as well as their victims. We teach our children not to respond to teasing and bullying because the instigator is seeking the response for attention. Not responding takes power away from the instigator.
In Nicki Nice’s Bully by Dr. Fran White, children are taught how to respond to bullies through the simple words of another child. Nikki is taught by a counselor not to respond to the bully and to inform another adult, in this case her teacher, who can help both the bully and Nikki. The outcome is very positive.
I would encourage parents or anyone who interacts regularly with children to read and discuss this book with their children. I would even encourage educators to read it to their class. It’s a great way to talk about a scary subject with a child and may open the door for them to confess their own troubles.
I was in several fights as a child. If this book had been available when I was a child and its principles taught, I would have avoided many physical as well as emotional wounds.