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I’ve Got Your Back

How can you protect children from being bullied? 

I’ve Got Your Back: Hello to Friends & Goodbye to Bullies will help you teach your child the skills to build positive, respectful friendships and strong, resilient self-esteem. These are the key bully-proofing skills for kids – and adults!

About

Camberley Press

Based in Toronto, Canada, Camberley Press is a publisher of books and materials on leadership and social change. Our goal is to educate, empower, and inspire the minds of children, preteens, teens, and adults everywhere. We look to our readers to help us identify and share their best ideas to help move this important work forward.

Our mission is to provide the learning tools to support and help us to grow as human beings, both individually and together. We are committed to publishing books and related materials that bring out the best in us as caring, compassionate, courageous, creative, and capable human beings.

Becoming our best selves and building a better world is the work of community. It truly “takes a village,” where no single person or organization can complete this work, but it’s everyone’s responsibility to contribute.

In the spirit of so many who have come before us on this path, we invite you to join us, help one another, and marvel at what we and the world can become when we treat ourselves and one another with respect.

About Camberley Press Ltd.

Camberley Press Books

Camberley Press authors inspire us to action! Used in schools, workplaces, and communities around the world, these books help adults and children stay grounded in respect for self and others and hold the line against bullying.

Bullying Epidemic: Not Just Child's Play

Bullying Epidemic:
Not Just Child’s Play

Bullying Epidemic: How Parents & Teachers Can Stop Bullying in Schools

Bullying Epidemic 2:
How Parents & Teachers Can Stop Bullying in Schools

Bullying Epidemic: Not Just Child's Play

I’ve Got Your Back:
How to Say Hello to Friends & Goodbye to Bullies

Girls' Respect Groups: An Innovative Program To Empower Young Women & Build Self-Esteem!

Girls’ Respect Groups:
An Innovative Program To Empower Young Women & Build Self-Esteem!

Girls' Respect Groups: No More Mean Girls!

Girls’ Respect Groups 2:
No More Mean Girls!

“I started reading Chapter 10 (Tools We Can Use) from Bullying Epidemic: Not Just Child’s Play and couldn’t put it down until I had read to the end.  Very useful tools. I have leafed through the rest of the book and absolutely love the focus on adults and the role of adults in this “bullying epidemic”. I think this has been the biggest missing piece in our discussions about bullying to date.”

S. Rutherford, Lead Trainer, International Training Associates

Authors

Author: Lorna Blumen

Lorna Blumen

Lorna Blumen is a children’s and adult workplace bullying prevention specialist. She is the author of five books, including Bullying Epidemic: Not Just Child’s Play and Girls’ Respect Groups: No More Mean Girls! She is the lead developer of the Girls’ Respect Groups Program for girls 10- 18, now used in over 130 countries. She has appeared on Canadian and US television and radio and spoken at numerous international conferences.

To contact Lorna or book a workshop: [email protected] or [email protected]

BullyingEpidemic.com

GirlsRespectGroups.com

Author: Lorna Blumen

Staci Schwartz

Staci Schwartz is a physician and an educational consultant for children’s bullying prevention and tolerance education. She is the author and illustrator of several children’s books, including Billy the Baaadly Behaving Bully Goat, The New Bear on the Block, and their companion Teacher & Student Activity Guides. Staci conducts bullying prevention workshops in elementary schools, after school programs, and religious institutions.

StaciSchwartz.com

Author: Lorna Blumen

Natalie Evans

Natalie was a high school student when she became a co-developer of the Girls’ Respect Groups Program and a co-author of the book written about the program, Girls’ Respect Groups: An Innovative Program To Empower Young Women & Build Self-Esteem! (Camberley Press, 2009). She is passionate about resource sustainability, world food and water issues, women’s rights, and respect.  Natalie was a 2007 recipient of the Louise Russo Award for community service for her work on bullying prevention with Lorna.

Anne Ruchetto

Anne Rucchetto

Anne was a high school student when she became a co-developer of the Girls’ Respect Groups Program and a co-author of the book written about the program, Girls’ Respect Groups: An Innovative Program To Empower Young Women & Build Self-Esteem! (Camberley Press, 2009). Anne was a published author before graduating from high school. Anne got involved in GRG through her work on bullying prevention with Lorna Blumen. Anne loves working with middle school girls and the other great people drawn to the program.

Book Orders

online orders

Camberley Press books are available online, through Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, Amazon.ca, Chapters.ca, and Amazon.co.uk

bookstore orders

We are also available in your local bookstores. If you don’t see us on the shelves, ask your store to place an order through either the Ingram, Barnes & Noble, or Baker & Taylor online catalogs.

bulk orders

If you would like to place a bulk order for more than 200 copies, contact Camberley Press directly, using the Contact Us form. We can have your books sent directly to you.

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