You Can't Sit with Us: An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim

✓ You Can't Sit with Us: An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim ✓ Nancy N. Rue - You Can't Sit with Us: An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim, You Can t Sit with Us An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim Bullying doesn t end in the hallway any with a smartphone or tablet it can happen anywhere According to the Ambassadors Kids Club one out of every four students is bullied and % of these situati
  • Title: You Can't Sit with Us: An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim
  • Author: Nancy N. Rue
  • ISBN: 9781400323715
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Paperback

✓ You Can't Sit with Us: An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim ✓ Nancy N. Rue, You Can't Sit with Us: An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim, Nancy N. Rue, You Can t Sit with Us An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim Bullying doesn t end in the hallway any with a smartphone or tablet it can happen anywhere According to the Ambassadors Kids Club one out of every four students is bullied and % of these situations never receive intervention Parents students and teachers alike have amped up discussions on how to solve the bullying problem fo ✓ You Can't Sit with Us: An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim ✓ Nancy N. Rue - You Can't Sit with Us: An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim, You Can t Sit with Us An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim Bullying doesn t end in the hallway any with a smartphone or tablet it can happen anywhere According to the Ambassadors Kids Club one out of every four students is bullied and % of these situati
  • ✓ You Can't Sit with Us: An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim ✓ Nancy N. Rue
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You Can't Sit with Us: An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim

About Author

  1. Nancy Rue is the author of over 100 books for adults and teens, including the Christy Award winning The Reluctant Prophet, Unexpected Dismounts and Healing Waters with Steve Arterburn , which was the 2009 Women of Faith Novel of the Year She travels extensively at times on the back of a Harley speaking to and teaching groups of women of all ages Nancy lives on a lake in Tennessee with her Harley ridin husband, Jim, and their two yellow Labs without whom writing would be difficult.

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  1. Typical Ginger Now, tell me the names people call you Think of them as the labels they put on you I didn t remind her we only had fifteen minutes left Annoying, I said right away She wrote Annoying on one of the notes and stuck it on the front of my T shirt What else Loser, I said That went on a note and then on my shirt We continued with Smelly, Not Girly, Loud, Obnoxious, Klutz, Weirdo, Fat, Freak, Bullhorn, Stupid, and Ugly After all that had been done about anti bullying, Ginger thought she [...]


  2. This was another eye opening story in the mean girl makeover trilogy I admit that a few times I almost cried, but I also laughed, cheered, and just simply couldn t stop reading I liked Ginger in book one SO NOT OKAY, but I really loved getting to know her in this one She is so awesome I m so glad that her talents, personality, and things she loves came out to others I also really liked Colin and how he had a big role in this one you ll have to read the book to find out about him.I mentioned the [...]



  3. Nancy Rue s You Can t Sit With Us An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim Mean Girl Makeover gives readers a birds eye view into the life of Ginger Hollingsberry, a sixth grader trying to adjust to life at a new school while being the target of bullies Kylie Steppe, the leader of the bullies, seems to have it all a family with money, nice clothes, good looks, and a bevy of friends bowing down to her anxiously awaiting her instructions on who to torment next.Ginger, loaded down with a barrage [...]


  4. RESE A EN ESPA OL COMPLETAI didn t know that this book was the second of a trilogy, so at first I found it very difficult to follow because the story continues its course from the first book However, the protagonist and narrator, Ginger, makes you feel comfortable when you re reading her story, because besides being sincere and honest, she knows how to keep you hooked in history.At twelve, Ginger has suffered teasing and bullying from their peers at school and she doesn t know how to handle this [...]


  5. Real rating 3.5First of all, I know that it s my fault, only my fault and I accept it that I didn t know that this was the second book in a trilogy I know, I know It s embarrassing That s the reason why I couldn t enjoy this book as much as I d like.The story was really great but I felt lost at the beginning because, you know, obviously IT WAS THE SECOND If I read the first book, I ll come back, read again, understand this story better and propably I ll give a higher rating.However, as I said be [...]



  6. The second book in the Mean Girl Makeover series picks up roughly a few weeks after where the first book left off, I believe All the students at GCMS have been strongly encouraged to sign an anti bullying pact that states that not only will they not participate in bullying, but they will immediately report any incidents of it that they witness This story illustrates that just because someone agrees to sign something, it doesn t mean they ll necessarily live up to it As Ginger our bullied redhead [...]


  7. The Mean Girl Makeover series is one of my favorite book series It is an honest look at bullying from different perspectives this book is from the perspective of the victim It shows how she feels while being bullied and how she overcomes that.


  8. This is a real life look at bullying This book is wonderfully written and shows how deeply bullying can affect you It shows you what to do if you or a friend is getting bullied.


  9. Kylie pinched the side of my hand She might as well have just shouted, You can t hang out with them anywhere, so don t even think about it Now I had to figure out how to avoid the Tribelet for the rest of the day As I made my way to my seat, I realized that was going to be hard because, in one lunch period, I d gone so far backward that I didn t even know which way I was facing.Book You Can t Sit With Us by Nancy Rue, Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2014Genre Realistic FictionTarget Audience Girls 11 [...]


  10. 2.5 stars This review is also available on my blog, Read Till Dawn.I m still buzzing from this I joined the BookLook Bloggers program over the winter holiday, and requested this from the available titles They sent it in the mail and it came the other day I can t describe the feelings rushing through my mind as I pulled my new book out of its box I got a real, actual book for free in real life, just because of my blog It was like a reward for all the work I ve put into this blog, and that was ama [...]


  11. This is the second novel in a fascinating trilogy that deals with the same events but from different perspectives Book 1 of the series, So Not Ok, dealt with the bullying of Ginger from the perspective of Tori, a bystander This book is from the perspective of Ginger, the bullied girl The final book will be from the perspective of the bully, Kylie SPOILER and progresses the story to what happens after she is caught SPOILER Here are the descriptions of the first two books So Not Okay tells the sto [...]


  12. Ginger Hollingberry is no stranger to bullying She s only in sixth grade, but she s been a target most of her life When Those Girls aka the mean girls at Ginger s school choose to take their bullying behind the scenes, Ginger can t even go home without fearing harassment Will she continue to be the doormat Those Girls love to stomp on, or will Ginger finally stand up for truth and accept who she is despite what others think Why I recommend You Can t Sit With Us A It s exactly the kind of book tw [...]


  13. This was a difficult book to read in a good way You Can t Sit with Us is the second book in the Mean Girl Makeover series This time we get to look at bullying from the perspective of the one being bullied As a mom it just made me cringe All the ugly behavior of middle school girls is splashed on the page and it is both heart rending and anger inducing.The first book in the series was So Not Okay and the story focused on the perspective of Tori who was a bystander to the bullying This time aroun [...]


  14. Recommended for Grades 5 and up You can t sit with us by Nancy Rue is the second book in the Mean Girl Makeover series Told from the perspective of the victim being bullied the book bring to light how serious of an issue bullying has become in today s technological advanced world The protagonist is a sixth grade girl named Ginger Hollingberry Ginger is upset by her mother s death and also the bullying that she faces Bullied by Kylie Steepe , who is referred to as the Queen Bee of the Gold County [...]


  15. I ve been a lean, mean reading machine lately, so I have a lot of books to review for you This one, though, is reviewed by my 14 year old Loved it I absolutely loved it Ms Rue does a phenomenal job of presenting honest truths about bullying in a fun way In You Can t Sit with Us, readers get to know Ginger, a victim of bullying in Grass Valley, California Even though bullying has of less ceased inside the school, Ginger s past is dramatized and posted all over social media when she chooses to tr [...]


  16. From the point of view of Ginger, the victim, although set after the events of the first book so we don t get to see the epic bullying from that one through Ginger s eyes, which I would have been interested in Still a lot of evilness from Kylie and her gang though view spoiler I have to say though, I found Ginger really frustrating There were so many occasions where all she needed to do was to TELL SOMEONE, argh Kylie full on blackmailed her into stopping hanging out with Tori et al, but she did [...]


  17. This is a really good book with an honest look at bullying and cliques in middle school Technology allows rumors to be spread like wildfire This story shares several examples of Ginger being bullied by Kylie and her group Some of the adults didn t catch on to the bullying initially but thank goodness, they did a little investigating to discover who the perpetrator s was There s emotional, physical, and technological abuse in this book It s amazing that at age 11 12 kids know how to make it look [...]


  18. Full review coming on my blog, but in a nutshell, I generally liked this book and thought it brought up many good topics for discussion with your kids I did not like the way the author addressed the question of why do bad things happen because I felt like she minimized God s sovereignty This isn t a book I would let my kids read alone, because I felt like there were too many things that needed discussing clarification I would recommend parents reading this book WITH their kids Thanks to Tommy Ne [...]


  19. I highly recommend this story for middle schoolers or children ready to enter middle school This story shows how to stand up for yourself while being kind Ginger is a courageous and unique role model.



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