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Dear Bully

70 Authors Tell Their Stories
(Book - 2011 )
Average Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5.
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Presents top authors for teens as they share their stories about bullying--as silent observers on the sidelines of high school, as victims, and as perpetrators.
Title: Dear bully
70 authors tell their stories
Publisher: New York, NY : HarperTeen, c2011
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 369 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
Contents: Why do we celebrate bullying? / by Ellen Hopkins
Dear bully / by Laurie Faria Stolarz
Love letter to my bully / by Tonya Hurley
Dear Audrey / by Courtney Sheinmel
Slammed / by Marlene Perez
My apology / by Marina Cohen
Dear Samantha / by Kieran Scott
Stench / by Jon Scieszka
What I wanted to tell you / by Melissa Schorr
Subtle bullying / by Rachel Vail
Hiding me / by R.A. Nelson
Midsummer's nightmare / by Holly Cupala
Bffbott.com / by Lisa McMann
An innocent bully / by Linda Gerber
The secret / by Heather Brewer
The funny guy / by R.L. Stine
A list / by Micol Ostow
There's a light / by Saundra Mitchell
The soundtrack to my survival / by Stephanie Kuehnert
If mean froze / by Carrie Jones
Abuse / by Lucienne Diver
The boy who won't leave me alone / by A.S. King
Break my heart / by Megan Kelley Hall
End of the world / by Jessica Brody
Girl wars / by Crissa-Jean Chappell
The curtain / by Deborah Kerbel
The eulogy of Ivy O'Conner / by Sophie Jordan
Regret / by Lisa Yee
Karen / by Nancy Werlin
Surviving Alfalfa / by Teri Brown
When I was a bully, too / by Melissa Walker
Carol / by Amy Goldman Koss
Never shut up / by Kiersten White
The day I followed / by Eric Luper
The alphabet / by Laura Kasischke
They made me do it and I'm sorry / by Cecil Castellucci ; illustrated by Lise Bernier
Simplehero / by Debbie Rigaud
Isolation / by Cynthia Leitich Smith
Luz / by Melodye Shore
Dear Caroline from Canada / by Carrie Ryan
The blue-eyed girl / by Jocelyn Maeve Kelley
Frenemies are not friends / by Michelle Zink
The other side / by Nancy Holder
Can we make this letter disappear? / by Sara Bennett Wealer
Bully on the ledge / by Kurtis Scaletta
Informed consent / by Lara Zeises
Silent all these years / by Alyson Noël
Now and then / by Aprilynne Pike
Strangers on a street / by Diana Rodriguez Wallach
Objects in mirror are more complex than they appear / by Lauren Oliver
Levels / by Tanya Lee Stone
Slivers of purple paper / by Cyn Balog
The sound of silence / by Claudia Gabel
Starship suburbia / by Maryrose Wood
Kicking stones at the sun / by Jo Knowles
Memory videos / by Nancy Garden
Finding light in the darkness / by Lisa Schroeder
The sandwich fight / by Stephen E. Wedel
Fearless / by Jeannine Garsee
Without armor / by Daniel Waters
The seed / by Lauren Kate
Now / by Amy Reed
Standing tall / by Dawn Metcalf
The superdork of the fifth-grade class of 1989 / by Kristen Harmel
"Who gives the popular people power? Who???" / by Megan McCafferty
"That kid" / by Janni Lee Simner
This is me / by Erin Dionne
Bullies for me / by Mo Willems
To Carolyn Mackler, from Elizabeth in IL
Dear Elizabeth / by Carolyn Mackler
Summary: Presents top authors for teens as they share their stories about bullying--as silent observers on the sidelines of high school, as victims, and as perpetrators.
Additional Contributors: Jones, Carrie
Kelley Hall, Megan
ISBN: 0062060988
9780062060983
1451726562
9781451726565
006206097X
9780062060976
Branch Call Number: 302.3 De
Statement of Responsibility: edited by Megan Kelley Hall and Carrie Jones
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 341-347)
Subject Headings: School discipline Bullying
Topical Term: School discipline
Bullying
LCCN: 2011010166
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Jun 20, 2012
  • enekobus rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

What a brilliant book. Kudos to these authors for telling their stories filled not only with compassion, but with appreciation and even a little humor (R.L. Stine's story is awesome). It's especially important in these modern days when bullying has reached new levels - and it's time that society finally says STOP once and for all.

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