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  1 BULLYING UNDER ATTACK: TRUE STORIES WRITTEN BY TEEN VICTIMS, BULLIES AND BYSTANDERS
Author: Meyer, John CoAuthor: Meyer, Stephanie H.
    Series: Teen Ink
 
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Class: 810.8
Age: 12-19
Language: English
LC: PZ5
Grade: 7-12
ISBN-13: 9780757317606
LCCN: 2013020767
Imprint: Health Communications Inc
Pub Date: 09/13/2013
Availability: Available
List: $13.95
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Physical Description: xx, 267 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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Brodart Sources: Brodart's For Youth Interest: Popular
Brodart's Insight Catalog: Teen
Brodart's TOP Paperback Titles
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TIPS Subjects: Literature, American
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LC Subjects: Adolescence, Literary collections
Bullies, Fiction
FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Peer Pressure
JUVENILE NONFICTION / Language Arts / Composition & Creative Writing
JUVENILE NONFICTION / Social Issues / Bullying
Youths' writings
Youths' writings, American
SEARS Subjects: Adolescence, Literary collections
Bullies, Fiction
Teenagers' writings
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Brodart's TOP Paperback Titles | 10/01/2013
Straight from the bullies, the bullied, and the bystanders who watch it all go down, discover what it's like to walk a mile in another's shoes through personal, conversational essays on bullying. Teen Ink series, 264pp.
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VOYA (Voice of Youth Advocates Magazine) | 02/01/2014
4Q 4P J S. Eighty teens shared their stories about the pain of being bullied, the guilt of witnessing and staying silent, the shame of realizing how they hurt so many for selfish reasons. Their stories make for a powerful and intense book that cannot possibly be read in one sitting. These stories speak what truly needs to be heard. Here are some of the teen contributors' words: "The bullying didn't happen because I was being singled out, and that's the most damaging part about it. I was interchangeable with all the other invisible kids." "Desperate to find a way to deal with the bullying, I decided to become a bully myself." " . . . as I picked up my papers, I saw that someone had written on them in big, red letters, 'If you come to school tomorrow, I will go to your house and kill you.' 'I will choke you in your sleep.'" "It is the subtle form of bullying that empowers people to commit hate crimes." And it goes on, in many powerful statements that readers need to read, and all people need to hear. Along with these stories, the book includes a forward by John Halligan whose son Ryan committed suicide because of harassment; a preface by Lee Hirsch, the writer and director of the film Bully; an introduction by the founders of Teen Ink and Teenink.com, Stephanie H. Meyer and John Meyer; bullying resources; and information on each of the story contributors.--C.J. Bott. 264p. VOICE OF YOUTH ADVOCATES, c2014.
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