My Tennis Coach: My Bully: Memories of a High School Tennis Player Who Was Bullied.

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AuthorHouse, Jul 22, 2016 - Education - 38 pages
A bully can be anyone around you. In this story, the tennis coach is the bully of this high school student who is playing for her school until the coach decides that she is too dangerous for her purposes of giving her daughter the title role in the play.
 

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About the author (2016)

Isabel Cavaliere-Enriquez was born in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1959, being the second of nine siblings. Since she was very young, she has wanted to be a teacher and a writer. She began writing stories for children but never published them. When she was a teenager, she began writing for local newspapers about politics. She was a mathematics teacher for more than twenty years until she migrated to the United States, where she got an associate in arts degree at Valencia Community College, and a bachelor in science degree at the University of Central Florida (UCF). She has a certificate in special education, mathematics, and elementary education. Today, she is teaching students with special needs and writing in her free time. She is married and has three children and one grandchild. Bullying is a plague that threatens to spread its tentacles all over us unless we make our voices heard. There are bullies everywhere—including teachers, school principals, friends—and this is one of these stories. Although this is fictional, something similar could happen at any school in America.

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