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How to Win a Tickle Fight is a true story that follows one young father, Brock, and his family for two years as they strive to live full, meaningful lives despite the metastatic cancer diagnosis they are navigating. Brock desperately wants to leave a legacy for his 7 year old son and be remembered …
It Gets Better is a collection of original essays and expanded testimonials written to teens from celebrities, political leaders, and everyday people, because while many LGBT teens can't see a positive future for themselves, we can.
In this program, a diverse panel of teens and two high school principals discuss the motives for bullying, the reasons others stand by and watch, and why some bystanders even egg the bully on.
This is a tragicomic, politically incorrect, and astoundingly articulate memoir about going blind–and growing up. In this book, which ricochets between meditation and black comedy, the Vancouver born author tells the story of his fifteen-year descent into blindness while incidentally revealing the …
Explains not only how to prevent bullying but also how to intervene should it happen, as well as overcome the culture that breeds it. Offers effective, easy-to-implement strategies that range from preventive to prescriptive.
This book gives the know-how to deal with bullying, whether you're a target, a bully, or a witness. It explains the many forms bullying can take, from name-calling to physical fights and provides quizzes to test your anti-bullying skills.
Being harassed at school, targeted while using the Internet, or left alone at home are realities for many middle schoolers. This program empowers students to feel confident in their ability to protect themselves in the face of violent behavior they may encounter. It shows students how being asserti…
This book helps youth function in an increasingly violent and less secure world. Explores important topics such as: The combination of forces that create "human volcanoes" who explode with rage and violence; The "hidden" violence that permeates our entertainment, news, and language. Because we've a…