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This book and anti-bullying initiative is Al's way of fighting back against those feelings of oppression. He continues to live life in-spite of the challenges he has faced and is determined to help other youth see that they too can overcome any obstacles they face and that they are all more alike than not. He not only desires to embrace those who have been and are being bullied; he wants to equally embrace those who are being the bullies. He believes that sometimes peers are more effective than adults, and if he can speak to his peers about judging, compassion, kindness, hope, peace, love, and being positive contributors to their schools and communities, then they too can be a spark that lights the world to a brighter tomorrow. Al went through the tough times and the good times, the teachers, the students, and the bullies. Al has given tips on how not to procrastinate, how to stay focused, remember to obey the rules, get to school on time, don't argue with the teacher, how to handle bullies, and how to make good friends.
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|Publisher:||Outskirts Press, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.13(d)|
About the Author
Aldwin "Al" Jackson, Jr., is an eighth grade student who has a passion for the sciences and creative arts. He is a member of the National Junior Honor Society; he enjoys Karate, playing basketball, soccer, video games, hanging out with his friends, and writing. Al resides with his parents and little brother in Harvest, Alabama. This is his first book.