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Dear Bully: 70 Authors Tell Their Stories Book Review

Spreading lies. Name calling. Manipulation. These are just some of the many forms of bullying discussed in Dear Bully: 70 Authors Tell Their Stories. Kidzworld has the book review. Back to Article

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I love English!
I love English! wrote:
2013-03-21 05:19:43 -0700

I've never been bullied but....Why do they do such a thing? These authors are really amazing. I wish everybody do that.

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emoskaterchic
emoskaterchic wrote:
2012-02-28 16:49:17 -0800

i have been being bullied in 1,2,3,4,5, and now 6 grade everyday

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JumpingCats
JumpingCats wrote:
2011-11-26 07:52:08 -0800

Its sad that bullying can effect many lives... Mad

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membershipgirl
membershipgirl wrote:
2011-11-18 23:11:50 -0800

Well I don't cyber bully or just make fun of people because it doesn't sound nice and the people who get bullied will feel sad.

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Kaleidoscope445
Kaleidoscope445 wrote:
2011-11-15 16:58:09 -0800

I almost committed suicide by bulling. So yeah, I'm gonna thumbs up this!!

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What's the Worst Kind of Bully?

  • The kind that like to hit.
  • The kind that tease you.
  • The kind that turn people against you.
  • All bullies

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