Book Review: You Can’t Sit With Us An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim, By Nancy Rue

Hello again, savvy savers! Today finds us with a new book review, and this it’s You Can’t Sit With Us An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim,” by Nancy Rue. 
Did you know that According to the Ambassadors 4 Kids Club, one out of every four students is bullied-and 85% of these situations never receive intervention. Parents, students, and teachers alike have amped discussions on how to solve the bullying problem for a networked generation of kids. This book, written by bestselling author, Nancy Rue, each book in the Mean Girl Makeover trilogy focuses on a different character’s point of view: the bully, the victim, and the bystander. The books, based on Scripture, show solid biblical solutions to the bullying problem set in a story for tween girls.
You Can’t Sit With Us, tells the story of Ginger Hollingberry, a new sixth grader at Gold Country Middle School. Ginger has been the brunt of teasing and taunting from the queen bee of GCMS, Kylie Steppe, and her so-called Wolf Pack. Kylie and the Pack favor a new and especially hurtful medium of taunting: social networking. What follows is a candid look into the growing world of cruel cyberbullying, showing kids that bullying doesn’t always end at school-it can now follow you even into your home and torture 24 hours a day. This book shares that bullying just doesn’t happen and end at school. It can happen right in your home n social network. Although Hailee is not allowed on social media and wont be for awhile it still teaches her that things like that can happen. Kids her age all over have Facebook & such and I know it can be monitored but most parents are not around 100% of the time.
This is a wonderful book for any young child.
To find out more about this book, click here!
Enjoy,
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In compliance with FTC regulation, I hereby disclaim that I received a free copy of the book from Book Look Bloggers, in exchange for my review. I was not compensated for this review. All opinions of this book, its author, and publisher, are that of my own.
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