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I Wish I Knew What To Do?!... On What to Say to Get Bullies to Leave You Alone Paperback – September, 2005

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"For parents and educators wanting to help the teenagers in their lives with critical success principles..." -- Jack Canfield, Bestselling Author, The Success Principles

"This powerful collection of youth voices about bullying is an important response to a serious problem;..." -- Marvin Berkowitz, PhD, Sanford N. McDonnell Professor of Character Education, University of Missouri-St. Louis

"With these insights, we can get bullies to back off now. I like this book. It's a must read." -- Mark Victor Hansen, Co-creator, #1 New York Times best selling series Chicken Soup for the Soul

About the Author

Beth Carls and Amy Looper are co-founders of MindOH! After co-launching, with 8 other partners, an internet company and taking it public in 1999, they retired to co-found MindOH! and fund the MindOH! Foundation as socially responsible endeavors to help at risk students.

Jennifer O’Brien, is MindOH!'s Marketing Director and Project Director for the Character’s Cool Contest.

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 258 pages
  • Publisher: MindOH! Foundation (September 2005)
  • ISBN-10: 0977368904
  • ISBN-13: 978-0977368907
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.3 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,514,222 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Faye Walker on January 24, 2006
I Wish I Knew What to Do challenges notions that bullying is a natural rite of passage about which kids and adults can do nothing. The eloquent essays written by children ages 11-17 who had been bullied, been a bully, or seen bullying suggest ways to alleviate, if not eliminate, this childhood burden.

If the book seems an obvious choice for kids, it is also an excellent primer for adults. We often say to a child who has been a victim of bullying, "Ignore it" or "You're better than that person" or "Speak up for yourself" without understanding the dynamics that keep those children silent and suffering. Through the children's voices, adults can hear the kind of practical intervention kids really want.

My 11-year old happened to pick up this book from our coffee table and read through several accounts. Without my saying anything, over the course of a week, she began to reveal a bit more about the day to day life of a middle-schooler. It's as tough as it was when I was that age, but these honest essays give children and adults the beginnings of a sensible road map out of the quandary that is childhood bullying.

The MindOh! Foundation has done children, parents, teachers, and other caregivers a great service by collecting these essays to show us a way to a better society.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dan V - The Biz Doc on November 20, 2005
From the mouths of babes! Bullies are a fact of life. Any kid who has ever experienced being the victim of bullying knows that there has to be a way to survive. This book is written by the kids who have dealt with the bully experience. Bullys strike fear in the hearts of victims and this is how they build their power. There are multiple experiences to help students feel the confidence to lessen or eliminate the effects of bullying. Congratulations to the authors for sharing these important experiences for the benefit of students and parents.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kensington Wayne on November 20, 2005
This book is full of grerat stories by kids involved in bullying situations. There's not better way to get insight into this important subject than to read actual real-world examples. I'm particularly impressed by the solutions and suggestions the kids came up with. This is a great read for students, parents or anyone who has an interest in this pervasive subject.
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