Please Stop Laughing at Us by Jodee Blanco
One Survivor's Extraordinary Quest to Prevent School Bullying

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A sequel to The New York Times bestselling memoir, Please Stop Laughing at Me¸ this groundbreaking investigation walks down the hallways of today’s schools to find realistic solutions to the serious problem of bullying. Trusted advice on how educators, parents, and caregivers can prevent school bullying is weaved throughout the author’s own survival story as well as narratives from other victims of intimidation. Exposing weaknesses and vulnerabilities in the American educational system, this vital social critique shows how to help both bullies and victims change for the better, why traditional punishment is counter-productive, how to inspire compassion in the classroom, and how to discipline a child in ways that benefit self-esteem.

About Jodee Blanco

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Survivor, expert, and activist Jodee Blanco is one of the country's pre-eminent voices on the subject of bullying. Inspired by the thousands of letters she receives from students, parents, teachers, and adult survivors, Jodee has become one of the nation's most sought-after keynote speakers, seminar presenters, and crisis consultants. More than half a million students, teachers, and parents have participated in her acclaimed in-school anti-bullying program "It's NOT Just Joking Around!". Her story of survival and forgiveness has drawn the attention of the national media as well as recognition from the United States government. Blanco is the author of the bestseller "Please Stop Laughing At Me? One Woman's Inspiration Story", and its award-winning sequel, "Please Stop Laughing At Us..." Please visit her website, "", for more information.
Published February 9, 2008 by BenBella Books. 443 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Education & Reference, Biographies & Memoirs, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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