All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. -Edmund Burke Welcome to North Harbor High . . . Where a girl can get bullied to death. Sheridan Alexander moves to San Diego and her fifth foster home since kindergarten. Her two goals are to graduate and exit the system without any more trouble. That is, until she's assigned locker 572 and finds the abandoned journal of Ribbon Barber. The journal pages reveal the endless insults and abuse flung at an innocent girl. "Sticks and stones may break your bones, but words will never hurt you." Yeah, right. Words of hate scar forever. Sheridan needs to find Ribbon and protect her before it's too late, even if it means giving up her most stable home in years. Ribbon has a right to be left alone. But can anyone ever be safe in the hardened halls of high school? "L.T. Kodzo understands the mind and desperation of teens on the brink. Her storytelling skills are impeccable, and she writes with stark, but honest authenticity." -Mary DeMuth, author of The Muir House and Thin Places.
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Great for teens and preteensUser Review - Jenifer Haley - Christianbook.com
A very timely book! I think all teens and preteens should read this to become aware of the dynamics and consequences of bullying - I hope to start a book club at my church wit this one! Read full review