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Dear Bully : 70 Authors Tell Their Stories (2011)

Call Number Y/302.3/DEAR

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LocationCall NumberItem Status
Kids' NonfictionY/302.3/DEARAvailable
Published: New York, NY : HarperTeen, c2011
Edition:  1st ed
Description:  369 p. ; 22 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780062060983 (tr. bdg.), 0062060988 (tr. bdg.), 9780062060976 (pbk. bdg.), 006206097X (pbk. bdg.),
Language:  English

Presents top authors for teens as they share their stories about bullying--as silent observers on the sidelines of high school, as victims, and as perpetrators

Dear bully / Love letter to my bully / Dear Audrey / Slammed / My apology / Dear Samantha / Stench / What I wanted to tell you / Subtle bullying / Hiding me / Midsummer's nightmare / / The innocent bully / The secret / The funny guy / A list / There's a light / The soundtrack to my survival / If mean froze / Abuse / The boy who won't leave me alone / Break my heart / End of the world / Girl wars / The curtain / The eulogy of Ivy O'Conner / Regret / Karen / Surviving alfalfa / When I was a bully, too / Carol / Never shut up / The day I followed / The alphabet / They made me do it and I'm sorry / Simplehero / Isolation / Luz / Dear Caroline from Canada / The blue-eyed girl / Frenemies are not friends / The other side / Can we make this letter disappear? / Bully on the ledge / Informed consent / Silent all these years / Now and then / Strangers on a street / Objects in mirror are more complex than they appear / Levels / Slivers of purple paper / The sound of silence / Starship suburbia / Kicking stones at the sun / Memory videos / Finding light in the darkness / The sandwich fight / Fearless / Without armor / The seed / Now / Standing tall / The superdork of the fifth-grade class of 1989 / Who gives the popular people power? : who??? / That kid / This is me / Bullies for me / To Carolyn Mackler, from Elizabeth in IL -- Dear Elizabeth / by Laurie Faria Stolarz -- by Tonya Hurley -- by Courtney Sheinmel -- by Marlene Perez -- by Marina Cohen -- by Kieran Scott -- by Jon Scieszka -- by Melissa Schorr -- by Rachel Vail -- by R. A. Nelson -- by Holly Cupala -- by Lisa McMann -- by Linda Gerber -- by Heather Brewer -- by R. L. Stine -- by Micol Ostow -- by Saundra Mitchell -- by Stephanie Kuehnert -- by Carrie Jones -- by Lucienne Diver -- by A. S. King -- by Megan Kelley Hall -- by Jessica Brody -- by Crissa-Jean Chappell -- by Deborah Kerbel -- by Sophie Jordan -- by Lisa Yee -- by Nancy Werlin -- by Teri Brown -- by Melissa Walker -- by Amy Koss -- by Kiersten White -- by Eric Luper -- by Laura Kasischke -- by Cecil Castellucci -- by Debbie Rigaud -- by Cynthia Leitich Smith -- by Melodye Shore -- by Carrie Ryan -- by Jocelyn Maeve Kelley -- by Michelle Zink -- by Nancy Holder -- by Sara Bennett Wealer -- by Kurtis Scaletta -- by Lara Zeises -- by Alyson No'l -- by Aprilynne Pike -- by Diana Rodriguez Wallach -- by Lauren Oliver -- by Tanya Lee Stone -- by Cyn Balog -- by Claudia Gabel -- by Maryrose Wood -- by Jo Knowles -- by Nancy Garden -- by Lisa Schroeder -- by Stephen E. Wedel -- by Jeannine Garsee -- by Daniel Waters -- by Lauren Kate -- by Amy Reed -- by Dawn Metcalf -- by Kristen Harmel -- by Megan McCafferty -- by Janni Lee Simner -- by Erin Dionne -- by Mo Willems -- by Carolyn Mackler

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