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School is supposed to be a safe place where students and their friends can study and learn about the world around them. But what about when it isn't safe? School shootings like those in Columbine and Virginia Tech have made many fearful about what might happen at school. For others, bullying has made school a nightmare place they dread going to every day. What have those who survived situations like these done with their experiences? How have they used their pain to grow into stronger people, to reach out to others in need, to change the world a little bit? Trying to make something good out of their traumatic experience is part of the healing process for many survivors. Here, you can read about survivors of school shootings and how they have responded to their situation. You can read about some of the many people who dealt with cruel bullying during their time at school, but who overcame this and went on to find success in their lives. These survivors have a message for each of you, a message of hope that's important whether or not you ever experience the kinds of things they have gone through.
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|Publisher:||Mason Crest Publishers|
|Series:||Survivors Series: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Circumstances|
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 9.40(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||12 - 15 Years|