By Susan Schwartz
When girls are shunned by the “in crowd” and banished to the outskirts of a clique, it’s a devastating experience that affects their self-esteem. To make it worse, the Internet and other new technologies have opened up a whole new venue for bullying.
Coping with Cliques helps girls overcome feelings of isolation and rejection and acquire the self-esteem that will help them cope better with being left out of a clique. It gives them practical skills for dealing with cyber- and real-life bullying, and shows them how to keep bullying, put-downs, and gossip from poisoning their sense of self.
Suitable for girls ages 6 to 12. 168 pages. 8 x 10. Softcover. May 2008.