One of my favorite moments in the book is a fully dramatic show of self-advocacy:
“Russell walked out into the hall and lay down on the floor. The teacher called the principal, and when he arrived Russell looked up at him from the floor. “Just walk right on me,” he said. “That’s what you’re doing.”” P. 80
Our children face bullies of all types. Has your child ever defended him/herself? Does he/she understand the meaning of self-advocacy?