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25th February 2000 at 00:00
Don't Pick On Me: How To Handle Bullying by Rosemary Stones (Piccadilly pound;5.99) should be issued to every pupil and teacher, says Mel Clarke, a music teacher at Cantell School, Southampton.

"I read this as an adult, and I wish my school had it when I was a child. It offers sensible, sympathetic advice for the bullied and bullies alike. The cenarios are real and the solutions are practical, gently but firmly showing that everybody can change with the right help. If you don'thave it, go out and buy it immediately."

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