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“Bullying often starts with the little things which are overlooked. These monologues are brilliant."

This collection of set scene pieces is an updated version of the bestselling Act Against Bullying monologues which were first written in 2002. They have been used by schools and organisations internationally to counter bullying and help deal with other sensitive classroom issues. They cover the everyday events which can cause distress, from picking partners at school to being left out of groups.

Bullying has been identified as one of the major causes of teen suicides nationally but effective methods of dealing with it will continue to evade legislators and authorities. Research has established that bullying activity often begins 'the little things' which are often overlooked and therefore these are the type of common situations covered by these monologues.

This book is intended also for actors who want to make others aware of the social factors around a familiar lived experience, students looking for short audition material, teachers and social workers wanting to explore a painful memory, or adults wishing to re-examine a painful experience which may well be still playing out later in life.

There are fifty four short monologues in this edition. They are labelled for girls with (G) and boys with (B) though many can be transposed for either sex quite easily.

The final set scene pieces have been recently added to cover the modern problems of social media, cyberbullying, sexting, and parental abuse, and online grooming.

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