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Sticks and Stones: Defeating the Culture of Bullying and Rediscovering the Power of Character and Empathy

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 21, 2014

    As a foreign student from Malaysia, I think that this book reall

    As a foreign student from Malaysia, I think that this book really helps me to know more about bullying here in the United States. Besides that, I’m a teacher-to-be and this book gives me a lot of information about bullying that might help me in the future. It is interesting because it has so many real scenarios as the references. It has the real dialogues of what was happening in the social environment which students faced almost every day.  In fact it is happening 24/7 with the cyber-bullying having mean words and videos that will spread easily and stay on the internet. I think that everyone should read this book especially people who are handling children in the present or in the future.  The first three chapters about Monique, Jacob and Phoebe are fascinating. All of the three were true stories and make me want to know more about these three people and what happened to them after the tragedy.  Bullying may sound worthless nowadays but we want to make a safe environment for students to study. Who likes being kicked, called names, and punched or any other bullying actions? No one! So first, take a simple step. Read this book!

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