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    • Teri Lowry-Ross

      "Elementary-aged girls are often bullied by good friends. The book, Little Girls Can Be Mean, teaches you how to empower your daughter to find solutions herself. Little girl bullies grow up to be big girl bullies.

    • Kayleen Johnson

      Every mother needs to be aware of mean girls!!! Bullying can occur within the group that your daughter thinks are her friends. Being prepared will help you. I never thought it would happen to us but it did. It is something that NO kid should ever have to go through this. Pray for protection over your kids.

    • DenaySPhelps

      The Best Friend and Worst Enemy Bully Little girls can be mean- steps to bully proof young girls

    • T B

      Little girls can be mean. "Initially, when she told me about her book, I felt shocked. Friends as bullies? Then I thought about girls. And how they can’s not what we’ve been teaching our children about bullies. We’ve been teaching kids that the bullies are mean kids. Not our friends...“It’s very confusing for kids,” says Anthony, “their idea of bullying is very stereotypical, not the best friend / worst enemy.” This book began when Anthony’s daughter had a friend who turned against her.

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