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Just One More Drive

The true story of a stuttering homosexual and his race car

by Robert James O'Brien
edition: Paperback
also available: Paperback
  • age: 16 to 18
  • Grade: 11 to 12
tagged: lgbt, bullying, mental health

A story for every misfit who ever thought they were the only ones without all the answers.

Robert O’Brien loves cars. Growing up in Dublin, they provided a welcome refuge from the human interaction he found so difficult. His father’s race car, a BMW E30 M3 Sport Evolution he named the Beast, became his alter ego—powerful, admired, confident …

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My Daughter Rehtaeh Parsons

by Glen Canning, with Susan McClelland
edition: Paperback
tagged: personal memoirs, bullying, sexual assault

Winner, George Borden Writing for Change Award
One of Indigo's Best Books of 2021 So Far

Rehtaeh Parsons was a gifted teenager with boundless curiosity and a love for family, science, and the natural world. But her life was derailed when she went to a friend’s house for a sleepover and the two of them dropped by at a neighbour’s house, where a g …

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Cyberbullying: The Bully, the Bullied, and the Not-So-Innocent Bystander

Keeping Young People Involved, Connected, and Safe in the Net Neighbourhood

by Barbara Coloroso
edition: eBook
tagged: bullying, conflict resolution

Based on the groundbreaking #1 national bestseller, The Bully, the Bullied and the Not-So-Innocent Bystander, this book from author Barbara Coloroso arms parents and teachers with the information they need to understand and combat online bullying—an increasingly prevalent among children and teens. You will learn:

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What Every Parent Should Know About School

by Michael Reist
edition: eBook
tagged: education, bullying

An inside look at what our schools are like today and practical advice for navigating the educational system.

School is our children’s second home. They will spend more time there than anywhere else in their formative years. We all need to talk honestly about the nature of this environment, how it works, and how it doesn’t work. Our kids are de …

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