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Cyberbullying (True Books: Guides to Life) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-08-18 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:0531239225
LANGUAGE:English

" My 11 year-olds read this with interest. My 9 year-old had no interest. I observed it to be an easy to read, engaging book for the incoming 6th graders. " said.

" Great book aimed at younger students. Great way to open dialogue about cyberbullying. Be aware that it does have some facts about young people who have committed suicide, so it may not be suitable for really young readers. " said.

"Jadelynn

Do you think cyberbully is good? Maybe the who do it but not the people who are get cybebully. This book is all about people who are getting cyberbully and how to stop it. The picture of this book dicribe what is going to happen in the sentence. I like when the caption answer my question. In this sentence it is saying that people are telling people about it to help solve a problem online. Also the say that the was talking it out with a guidance teacher. and their parents. I would recommend this book to people who are getting cyberbullyed.
" said.

"Like other “True Books”, this one also begins with two statements and challenges the reader to discover the true statement after reading the text. Cyber-bullying is addressed here in matter-of-fact language. Different kinds of cyber-bullying and the dangers and effects of cyber-bullying are discussed; readers are urged to take action if they are victims of online bullying. There are also tips for staying safe online. Statistics and a time line provide good information for beginning research on the topic. Back matter includes a bibliography, glossary and index. This is a worthwhile addition to any library on a timely topic. " said.

" With the rapid increase in internet access in recent years, cyberbullying has become a major problem for millions of young people. Readers will find out about the many different types of cyberbullying, from posting unflattering photos online to sending threatening text messages. They will also learn why it is important to avoid these activities and what they can do if they are victims of cyberbullying. " said.

" My 11 year-olds read this with interest. My 9 year-old had no interest. I observed it to be an easy to read, engaging book for the incoming 6th graders. " said.

" Great book aimed at younger students. Great way to open dialogue about cyberbullying. Be aware that it does have some facts about young people who have committed suicide, so it may not be suitable for really young readers. " said.

"Jadelynn

Do you think cyberbully is good? Maybe the who do it but not the people who are get cybebully. This book is all about people who are getting cyberbully and how to stop it. The picture of this book dicribe what is going to happen in the sentence. I like when the caption answer my question. In this sentence it is saying that people are telling people about it to help solve a problem online. Also the say that the was talking it out with a guidance teacher. and their parents. I would recommend this book to people who are getting cyberbullyed.
" said.

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