Books That Battle Bullying

YA/MG novels that help high schoolers and middle schoolers gain insight into the destructive power of bullying ... and the possibilities of healing.

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My favorite bookstores:

Newtonville Books
10 Langley Road
Newtonville, Massachusetts 02459
(617) 244-6619

New England Mobile Book Fair
82 Needham Street
Newton Highlands, Massachusetts 02461
(617) 964-7440

Curious George and Friends
1 JFK Street
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
(617) 498-0062

Ann Dee Ellis
Published by: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9780316013628)
Sharon G. Flake
Published by: Jump At The Sun
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9781423103851)
Gail Giles
Published by: Simon Pulse
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9780689858000)
Beth Goobie
Published by: Orca Book Publishers
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9781551432137)
15) Nailed
Patrick Jones
Published by: Walker Childrens
Edition: Hardcover (ISBN #9780802780775)
Deborah Kerbel
Published by: Dundurn
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9781554884438)
David Klass
Published by: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
Edition: Hardcover (ISBN #9780374399511)
Jo Knowles
Published by: Candlewick
Edition: Hardcover (ISBN #9780763632793)
Gordon Korman
Published by: Disney-Hyperion
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9781423105169)
Amy Goldman Koss
Published by: Roaring Brook Press
Edition: Hardcover (ISBN #9781596431188)

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