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We’re All Different But We’re All Kitty Cats takes a fun approach to teaching kids about bullying. Not only do they learn what bullying looks like, but they learn what they can do if they see others being bullied or if they are the one who gets bullied.
Children love animals, and cats make up the cast of characters in Goodman’s book. Through these characters and the storyline, a conversation is started among children, parents and educators about bullying, a topic that has serious implications across the nation and has been leaving many parents desperate for ways to address the issue.
dreamBig Press, who published the book, has partnered with PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center to help raise awareness about bullying prevention. It has also partnered with the Montgomery County Humane Society to promote humane education, because it opens the door not only to the responsible care of pets at home, but also to caring for all living beings with compassion and kindness.
Here are some tips for parents when talking to their child about bullying: