Product Number : FR-90
True Stories by Teens About Bullying
Edited by Hope Vanderberg of Youth Communication
Teen writers tell about their experiences with all kinds of bullying: physical, verbal, relational, and cyber. The cruelty and hurt they explain in detail are unmistakably real, and so are their struggles to protect themselves and their friends. Whether they are the bully, target, or bystander, these stories are at times painful, often admirable, and always compelling and believable. Vicious is a great resource for working with reluctant teens.
Softcover, 167 pages, 5¼" × 7½"
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