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Weakfish - Bullying Through the Eyes of a…

Weakfish - Bullying Through the Eyes of a Child

by Michael Dorn

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This book is an analysis of bullying from a child's viewpoint. The story is put in perspective as the author accompanies you on the journey of a real child through adolescence. This story is not only meant to point out the struggle of the victims of bullying, but to remind those of us who have the ability to make a difference how important we can be in others lives. The style of telling Stephen's story and then commenting from the author as a recognized expert in his field is a classic way to show how ordinary people can rise to the occasion at the right time and make a true difference in someone's life. It is not only for those who want to know about the causes, effects, and solutions for bullying, but for those who have perhaps forgotten the motivation they once had to help others.… (more)

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