Friday, June 28, 2013Noon–3:00 PM
Lunch will be served at noon atthe
Oce1745 BroadwayNew York, New York
(between W. 55th and W. 56th Streets)
*This event is open to educational professionals only (no students)Questions?
STICKS AND STONES
Defeating the Culture of Bullying andRediscovering the Power of Character and Empathy
eing a teenager has never been easy, but in recent years, with the rise o the Internet and social media, it has become exponentially more challenging.Blending keen journalistic and narrativeskills, Emily Bazelon explores acets o bullying through the stories o threeyoung people who ound themselvescaught in the thick o it, bringing read-ers on a deeply researched, clear-eyed journey into the ever-shiting landscapeo teenage meanness and its sometimesdevastating consequences. The result isa groundbreaking book that will helpparents, educators, and teens them-selves better understand what kids aregoing through today and what can be done to help them through it.
“Essential reading or any educator trying to negotiatete minefeld o bullying.”
—Paul Tough, author o
How Children Succeed
HC: 978-0-8129-9280-9 • 400pp. • $27.00Audio CD: 978-0-3853-6281-8 ▪ $40.00Audio DL: 978-0-3853-6282-5 • $76.00E-book: 978-0-679-64400-2 • $13.99
is a senior editor at
a contributingwriter at
The New York Times Magazine,
and the Truman CapoteFellow or Creative Writing and Law at Yale Law School. Shelives in New Haven, CT. For speaking engagements, pleaseemail RHSpeakers@RandomHouse.com.
Kids & Bullying:Audiobooks forConversation
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The Surprising Ways Friends Make Us Who We Are
iscover the unexpected waysriends infuence our personalities,choices, emotions, and even physicalhealth in this un and compellingexamination o riendship. JournalistCarlin Flora uses new scientic researchand ever-relatable anecdotes to showhow riends may have greater hand inour development and well-being thando our amilies and romantic partners,and helps everyone evaluate and navi-gate their own important riendships.
“Flora’s easy-to-read prose blends narrative and scientifc researcseamlessly. You will fnis te book wit a better understandingo wy good riends are wort keeping.”
—Jane Gradwohl Nash, Proessor o Psychology, Stonehill College
HC: 978-0-385-53543-4 • 528 pp • $25.95E-book: 978-0-385-53544-1 • $12.99
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or eightyears, most recently as eatures editor. She is a graduate o theUniversity o Michigan and Columbia University School o Journalism.
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