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Julia Cook Bullying, Depression and Hope Pack

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The Julia Cook Bullying, Depression and Hope Pack includes:
A Flicker of Hope – HOPE is our children’s window for a better tomorrow. In terms of resilience and well-being, hope is a critically important predictor of success. This creative story from the best-selling author of My Mouth is a Volcano!, and Bubble Gum Brain, reminds children that dark clouds can be temporary and asking for help is always okay. We all have times when we need to borrow a little hope from someone else.
When your clouds get too dark,
and too heavy to push away,
Reach out and ask, “Can I borrow some light?”
“I’m having a really bad day.”
“It’s always okay to admit to yourself,
“I just can’t do it today.”
Everyone needs somebody sometimes,
to help them find their way.”
Sometimes the dark clouds overhead seem too heavy and you feel like giving up. Little candle knows all about this. Bad grades, blasted on social media, worried about making the team, and wondering who her real friends are—so many hard things to deal with! All she can see is darkness. But her story begins to change when someone notices she needs a boost of hope. As little candle is reminded she has purpose and her own unique gifts, and that she isn’t the only one with dark clouds, her dim light begins to shine brighter.
This hopeful story emphasizes for children (and adults) the many different ways to ask for help, and their ability to be a hope builder for others, too.
A Flicker of Hope is a much-needed resource for our times. As an international speaker on resilience, mental health, and suicide prevention, I have noticed diverse populations struggling with how best to reach out when times get tough. This book gives readers both the language and mindset of how we can build caring communities everywhere. Together we can build the emotional intelligence needed to create a more supportive world.”
Dr. Sally Spencer-Thomas, Psychologist and Mental Health Advocate
Bully B.E.A.N.S. (Revised Edition) – Bully B.E.A.N.S. teaches children how to speak up when it comes to bullying. Bullying continues to be an ongoing problem for children everywhere. Children from every race, culture, and socioeconomic group are susceptible to bullies. Most children are unprepared for how to handle it when bullying happens to them or someone they know. Bully B.E.A.N.S helps children identify bullying, and offers clear and impactful action strategies for both targets and bystanders. Maxine liked to pick on kids… especially Winston. Winston is the smartest kid in our whole school. Maxine made him do all of her homework and give her all of his lunch money. Maxine liked to make Winston cry… then she’d call him a cry baby.
“If you don’t do exactly what I tell you to, I’ll knock you into next week!”
Nobody liked the way Maxine treated Winston, but we were too afraid to do anything about it.
Written by bestselling author Julia Cook, Bully B.E.A.N.S. reminds children of the power of their voice and how to use it effectively when standing up against bullying.
Bullies Everywhere Are Now Stopped!
Bully Beans is a must have for counsellors, teachers, and administrators! Only Julia Cook can write a book that will help students recognize bullying behaviours and teach them to meet the bully “head-on” in a civil manner, all while stirring feelings of empathy. This book should be any educators go-to when addressing bullying issues with students.
Amie W. Cumming, Ed.S.
Director of Student and Family Support, Newton County Schools
Bully B.E.A.N.S. Activity and Idea Book (Revised Edition) – The perfect companion to Bully B.E.A.N.S. The purpose of this book is to offer teachers and students “hands on” activities that explore the dynamics of bullying and teach them how to prevent it from happening. Through discussion questions and exercises, you’ll be able to help your students fully understand and identify the three parties involved in bullying: the Bully, the Bystander(s) and the Target.
Blueloon – I’m a blueloon.
I’m supposed to be a regular balloon,
but I’m just not having fun like the others.
I’m kinda dull, and I’m kinda flat.
My string is tied up in knots.
I have a case of the blues…that’s why I’m a blueloon.
I’ve felt like this for weeks!
Meet Blueloon – a sad little balloon who is suffering from depression. With help from the wise rock, Blueloon learns what he can do to “bounce back” to being the way he used to be – bright, round, and full with a very straight string!
Although clinical depression is often thought of as an adult disease, it can affect children, as well. Unfortunately, children may not have the maturity to understand what is happening to them, or they may feel powerless to change their situation, so they don’t speak up about what they are going through. It is up to adults to be on the lookout for signs of trouble, and recognize when a child needs help.
Finally! A book on depression that works for Blueloons of all ages!
Blueloon Activity and Idea Book – The perfect companion to Blueloon. Although clinical depression is often thought of as an adult disease, it can affect children, as well. Unfortunately, children may not have the maturity to understand what is happening to them, or they may feel powerless to change their situation, so they don’t speak up about what they are going through. It is up to adults to be on the lookout for signs of trouble and to recognize when a child needs help. This activity book offers processing tools and strategies to help children and parents cope with this difficult situation.
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SKU: 081019 - 102 Categories: , NDIS approved: Yes Ages: 0-5 Language: English

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The Julia Cook Bullying, Depression and Hope Pack includes:
A Flicker of Hope – HOPE is our children’s window for a better tomorrow. In terms of resilience and well-being, hope is a critically important predictor of success. This creative story from the best-selling author of My Mouth is a Volcano!, and Bubble Gum Brain, reminds children that dark clouds can be temporary and asking for help is always okay. We all have times when we need to borrow a little hope from someone else.
When your clouds get too dark,
and too heavy to push away,
Reach out and ask, “Can I borrow some light?”
“I’m having a really bad day.”
“It’s always okay to admit to yourself,
“I just can’t do it today.”
Everyone needs somebody sometimes,
to help them find their way.”
Sometimes the dark clouds overhead seem too heavy and you feel like giving up. Little candle knows all about this. Bad grades, blasted on social media, worried about making the team, and wondering who her real friends are—so many hard things to deal with! All she can see is darkness. But her story begins to change when someone notices she needs a boost of hope. As little candle is reminded she has purpose and her own unique gifts, and that she isn’t the only one with dark clouds, her dim light begins to shine brighter.
This hopeful story emphasizes for children (and adults) the many different ways to ask for help, and their ability to be a hope builder for others, too.
A Flicker of Hope is a much-needed resource for our times. As an international speaker on resilience, mental health, and suicide prevention, I have noticed diverse populations struggling with how best to reach out when times get tough. This book gives readers both the language and mindset of how we can build caring communities everywhere. Together we can build the emotional intelligence needed to create a more supportive world.”
Dr. Sally Spencer-Thomas, Psychologist and Mental Health Advocate
Bully B.E.A.N.S. (Revised Edition) – Bully B.E.A.N.S. teaches children how to speak up when it comes to bullying. Bullying continues to be an ongoing problem for children everywhere. Children from every race, culture, and socioeconomic group are susceptible to bullies. Most children are unprepared for how to handle it when bullying happens to them or someone they know. Bully B.E.A.N.S helps children identify bullying, and offers clear and impactful action strategies for both targets and bystanders. Maxine liked to pick on kids… especially Winston. Winston is the smartest kid in our whole school. Maxine made him do all of her homework and give her all of his lunch money. Maxine liked to make Winston cry… then she’d call him a cry baby.
“If you don’t do exactly what I tell you to, I’ll knock you into next week!”
Nobody liked the way Maxine treated Winston, but we were too afraid to do anything about it.
Written by bestselling author Julia Cook, Bully B.E.A.N.S. reminds children of the power of their voice and how to use it effectively when standing up against bullying.
Bullies Everywhere Are Now Stopped!
Bully Beans is a must have for counsellors, teachers, and administrators! Only Julia Cook can write a book that will help students recognize bullying behaviours and teach them to meet the bully “head-on” in a civil manner, all while stirring feelings of empathy. This book should be any educators go-to when addressing bullying issues with students.
Amie W. Cumming, Ed.S.
Director of Student and Family Support, Newton County Schools
Bully B.E.A.N.S. Activity and Idea Book (Revised Edition) – The perfect companion to Bully B.E.A.N.S. The purpose of this book is to offer teachers and students “hands on” activities that explore the dynamics of bullying and teach them how to prevent it from happening. Through discussion questions and exercises, you’ll be able to help your students fully understand and identify the three parties involved in bullying: the Bully, the Bystander(s) and the Target.
Blueloon – I’m a blueloon.
I’m supposed to be a regular balloon,
but I’m just not having fun like the others.
I’m kinda dull, and I’m kinda flat.
My string is tied up in knots.
I have a case of the blues…that’s why I’m a blueloon.
I’ve felt like this for weeks!
Meet Blueloon – a sad little balloon who is suffering from depression. With help from the wise rock, Blueloon learns what he can do to “bounce back” to being the way he used to be – bright, round, and full with a very straight string!
Although clinical depression is often thought of as an adult disease, it can affect children, as well. Unfortunately, children may not have the maturity to understand what is happening to them, or they may feel powerless to change their situation, so they don’t speak up about what they are going through. It is up to adults to be on the lookout for signs of trouble, and recognize when a child needs help.
Finally! A book on depression that works for Blueloons of all ages!
Blueloon Activity and Idea Book – The perfect companion to Blueloon. Although clinical depression is often thought of as an adult disease, it can affect children, as well. Unfortunately, children may not have the maturity to understand what is happening to them, or they may feel powerless to change their situation, so they don’t speak up about what they are going through. It is up to adults to be on the lookout for signs of trouble and to recognize when a child needs help. This activity book offers processing tools and strategies to help children and parents cope with this difficult situation.