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Teen Ink, Bullying Under Attack: Stories Written by Teenage Bullies, Victims, and Bystanders (Paperback)
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Teen Ink, Bullying Under Attack: Stories Written by Teenage Bullies, Victims, and Bystanders (Paperback)

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WORDS ARE POWERFUL- they can inflict damage and they can heal. In this anthology of first-person accounts written by teenagers for both their peers and adults, words transform pain into hope and the possibility for change.

Publisher: Health Communications
ISBN: 9780757317606
Number of pages: 264
Weight: 318 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 20 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"Bullying Under Attack is beyond eye-opening, beyond painful to read. That said, this book should become part of the school required reading."
--Dianne Bylo
"This book is good for children and adults that have been bullied just to let them know that they are not on their own."
--Julie Banton

"This book was really important and vital to me. I was extremely grateful for it, and I hope that many others read this and recognize the importance of stopping bullying, if they haven't yet. Even if you do realize it, you--like me--may want more information, the human quality in the world of bullying."
--Eli Madison, Blogger
"I think all teenagers, adults and teachers must read this book. This book should be part of the required reading material. I recommend this book to everyone, young and old."
--Sandra Beekhuis
"This is a book that I would recommend to parents, tweens, teens, and educators. I will be purchasing this book for my own collection. And recommending to my students and peers."
--Tanya Kaanta, Parent and Educator
"What an incredibly heart-wrenching book."
--Jenny Trimble
"This book is well put together and is a powerful look into the world of bullying and bullied and the cost of allowing bullying to continue in our communities."
--Alex McGilvery, Blogger, CelticFrogReviews.com
"It'll be a great resource on bullying & will be going on a brochure I'm passing out to schools about our bullying resources."
--Kathy Jalowiec, Librarian
"A useful and insightful text for victims and carers alike, to deal with a long underestimated problem. Should be stocked in all school libraries."

--Patty Dohle


"This book is a much-needed anthology. There are not a lot of books out there written by teens, for teens, about bullying--especially including the perspective of the bully and the bystander. I would recommend this book to really any teen that I know, whether they suffer from bullying or not. I would also recommend this book to anyone who works with teens for a living, such as youth pastors, high school teachers, therapists, etc. Overall, I am glad that I read it."

--April Thorwardson, Social Worker


"Bullying Under Attack should be required reading in schools everywhere. This should be the book discussed in English class, read during assemblies, carried in every backpack, and available on library shelves. This is an excellent book with the power to influence its readers and maybe, just maybe erase some of the hatred from this world."

--Nicole Mooney


"I really wish a book like this had have been available when I was going through my years of torment. But I am happy that it is available now...I would highly recommend this book to everyone."

--Sarah Quick, Stay-at-home Mom


"A timely and powerful book. I ordered copies for the library and hope that they will reach readers that can benefit from its message."

--Laura Rancani, Librarian


"Certainly, this is the most important young adult and children's book I've read in my entire life."

--Devorah Bennu, Blogger for the Guardian


"This book is a must read for everyone, and is one that is currently being added to the library collection."

--Sara Thompson, Librarian

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“Much needed”

An important book that has arrived decades too late. In my school days, bullying wasn’t even considered as a psychologically damaging issue, it was seen as “kids being kids”, with teachers and parents usually turning... More

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22nd October 2013
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