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Cyber Bullying

Accessible yet sophisticated book that explains the growing problem of cyber bullying and offers good advice on how to deal with it.

Age Level11-16 Years
Reading LevelGrades 7-8
Trim Size6 3/8 x 9 1/4
Page Count56



Book Pushin’ Cats Blog (Tri State Young Adult Review Committee) - Lois McNicol

"This book discusses the meaning of cyber-bullying: who does it, how to stop it, and the forms it takes. It is colorfully illustrated and is sure to draw in readers and researchers. The prevalence of cyber-bullying makes this book a must for middle- and high-school libraries. Examples of cyber-bullying ring true, as do the tips on how to stop attacks. The illustration captions tend to show suburban teenagers, while cyber-bullying is a problem regardless of locale. The thought bubbles and boxed information make this an easy book to browse. The list of websites with more information makes this a great self-help book. The cyber-bullying "quick tips" pages do an excellent job of summarizing the entire book, listing the technologies involved (including cell phone, email, and gaming sites) and the types of cyber-bullying associated with each, as well as prevention tips and solutions. The only caveat is that the charts that cite surveys are not referenced for date or source. The series is Hot Topics, and it contains ten new books on today’s societal problems and concerns. Each book is colorfully illustrated, with well-written text and an attractive layout. Personal stories, as well as statistical and scientific evidence, make this a first choice for libraries. – Lois McNicol Book Pushin’ Cats Blog (Tri State Young Adult Review Committee) 4/3/2012" - Book Pushin’ Cats Blog (Tri State Young Adult Review Committee)

April 3, 2012

Richmond Public Schools - Terry Smith

"This book examines the issue of cyber bullying, describing its various forms and how it can affect individuals and society as a whole. Each chapter contains a case study and dos and don’ts of a variety of cyber bullying. Controversies are discussed and tips are provided to deal with and prevent cyber bullying. The chapters are filled with color photos and graphs. Quick tips, internet slang, a glossary, book titles and websites for further research are listed at the end of the book. This book contains timely information for today’s teenagers so it will be a great addition to our collection. It can be used for research or just to get some help with a cyber bullying problem. – Terry Smith, Armstrong High School Richmond Public Schools 8/9/2012" - Richmond Public Schools

August 9, 2012

Omaha Public Schools - Kelly Arbuckle

"Hot Topics is a series that covers current trends and issues that teens are discussing and being affected by. In this edition, Cyber Bullying, the author gives facts and case studies about cyber bullying. This information includes who is being bullied, who bullies, statistics, what to do if you are being bullied, how to help stop bullying, and how to protect yourself. The information is straightforward and easy to follow while the case studies bring a real face to the discussion making impact of the information real. I feel this is an excellent book to start a discussion about cyber bullying, to get information if you need help, or for research. There are quick reference guides to understand cyber bullying, understand internet slang, find further information, and a glossary and index are included. – Kelly Arbuckle, McMillan School Omaha Public Schools 3/12/2013" - Omaha Public Schools

March 12, 2013

Nick Hunter

Nick Hunter

Nick Hunter has written many non-fiction books for children. He has a degree in Modern History and specializes in writing about history and social studies.

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