Please Stop Laughing At Me: One Woman's Inspirational Story

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Adams Media, Mar 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 288 pages
In her poignant work, Jodee Blanco tells how school became a frightening and painful place, where threats, humiliation, and assault were as much a part of her daily experience as bubblegum and lip-gloss were for others. It is an unflinching look at what it means to be an outcast, how even the most loving parents can get it wrong, why schools fail, and how bullying is both misunderstood and mishandled.

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This was a terrible book. I saw it at the grocery store and thought the cover looked interesting.. But the book itself was shallow, dishonest and lacking in depth. The author writes about being ... Read full review

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It was a quick read and the writing was average but the message was important. The amount of mistakes made by everyone that contributed to the author's horrific experiences being bullied prompted me ... Read full review

Contents

one Old Ghosts Come Back to Haunt Me
3
three Rainbows Lost
21
seven Glimpses of the Swan
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About the author (2003)

Survivor turned activist Jodee Blanco is the author of four books on bullying, including Bullied Kids Speak Out and the seminal New York Times bestseller Please Stop Laughing At Me, currently required reading in middle and high schools across the country. She travels to schools, sharing her story to save lives, and has spoken to over half a million people worldwide. CBS Evening News and USA TODAY have featured her story, and she has bylined for CNN.com and Huffington Post.

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