There are three types of bullies including the social climber, and the three types of targets include the resilient target. There are also several types of cyberbullying, including synchronous and asynchronous. Six types of rationalizations allow students to justify why cyberbullying is okay. Everything one needs to know about cyberbulling is in this book. Willard's presentation is direct, clear, well documented, and without insider's jargon. One of the most helpful steps is the way Williard takes the reader from bullying to cyberbullying. Many unaware readers need the background that defines bullying before accessing the new information about cyberbullying. Others will appreciate the parallels between the two. This book is incredibly complete. Besides the informative chapters, there are chapter reference notes and appendixes that provide everything that a school needs to create and implement a plan to address this problem from initial needs assessments for students and staff to use policies to guides for parents as well as students. There is nothing left out here except what is being discovered daily. There is no excess in this superbly written and much-needed professional text. If there is a child and a computer in one's life, it is a necessary read.