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Aija Mayrock, a 19-year-old girl, offers a fresh perspective on bullying. In The Survival Guide to Bullying: Written by a Teen, Aija offers support, guidance, and direction to her listeners. Aija was bullied in middle school and part of high school. She shares the different approaches and strategies that helped her survive and thrive. Aija writes about how to handle bullying and cyber bullying, dealing with fear, personal safety, and ultimately creating the life that you dream of having.

With inspiring "roems" (rap/poems), survival tips, personal anecdotes, and quick quizzes, this book is an easy guide to lighting the way to a brighter future for teenagers. Aija handles the issue of bullying with great sensitivity and a fresh perspective. She speaks the same language as her peers, making the book very relatable for kids and teens.

©2015 Aija Mayrock (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Wow this helped me a lot!!!!

This really gives people who suffer through their everyday lives being not teased but BULLIED and it is very helpful to me.

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It's was a 5 star book

I think that this book was very helpful for me to learn that it will get better and that I now know that I'm not alone in life anymore and I now have things to do when I get mass so I can cool down