You are not alone.
Discover how Lauren Kate transformed the feeling of that one mean girl getting under her skin into her first novel, how Lauren Oliver learned to celebrate ambiguity in her classmates and in herself, and how R.L. Stine turned being the “funny guy” into the best defense against the bullies in his class.
Today’s top authors for teens come together to share their stories about bullying—as silent observers on the sidelines of high school, as victims, and as perpetrators—in a collection at turns moving and self-effacing, but always deeply personal.
When I was at my child's book fair, I saw this on the shelf and thought, "holy cow, this exists? Read morePublished 5 months ago by Eric Juneau
Shows that even celebrities, and experienced writers went through some kind of bullying when they were younger.Published 10 months ago by jamie.dockery
My greatest fear before reading Dear Bully was that the approach would be one-sided. To a lesser extent, I also worried about its subtitle: 70 Authors Tell Their Stories. Read morePublished 11 months ago by NebraskaIcebergs
This book was BOSS one of the best books I ever read. I would recommend this book ages 10 and up.Published 12 months ago by Ken
I could feel my emotions well up at each persons stories and to think that none were made up broke my heart. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Adrianne Miller