[BOOKS] ✭ So Not Okay Author Nancy N. Rue – Soaringeaglecasino.us

So Not Okay There Is No Such Thing As Neutral.According To The Ambassadors 4 Kids Club, One Out Of Every Four Students Is Bullied And 85% Of These Situations Never Receive Intervention Parents, Students, And Teachers Alike Have Amped Up The Discussion Of How To Solve The Bullying Problem For A Networked Generation Of Kids.Written By Bestselling Author, Nancy Rue, Each Book In The Mean Girl Makeover Trilogy Focuses On A Different Character S Point Of View The Bully, The Victim, And The Bystander Each Girl Has A Different Personality So That Every Reader Can Find A Character She Relates To The Books, Based On Scripture, Show Solid Biblical Solutions To The Bullying Problem Set In A Story For Kids So Not Okay Tells The Story Of Tori Taylor, A Quiet Sixth Grader At Gold Country Middle School In Grass Valley, California Tori Knows To Stay Out Of The Way Of Kylie, The Queen Bee Of GCMS When An Awkward New Student Named Ginger Becomes Kylie S New Target, Tori Whispers A Prayer Of Thanks That It S Not Her But As Kylie S Bullying Of Ginger Continues To Build, Tori Feels Guilty And Tries To Be Kind To Ginger Pretty Soon, The Bullying Line Of Fire Directed Toward Ginger Starts Deflecting Onto Tori, Who Must Decide If She And Her Friends Can Befriend Ginger And Withstand Kylie S Taunts, Or Do Nothing And Resume Their Status Quo Tori S Decision Dramatically Changes Her Trajectory For The Rest Of The School Year.Features Benefits Book 1 In A New Middle Grade Fiction Series For Tween GirlsBullying Is The Topic Of Awareness In Schools And The MediaSeries Will Tell The Story In Three Different Perspectives The Bully, The Victim, And The Bystander So Not Okay Tells The Story Of The Bystander, A Role In Which Many Tweens Find Themselves.

[BOOKS] ✭ So Not Okay  Author Nancy N. Rue – Soaringeaglecasino.us
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • So Not Okay
  • Nancy N. Rue
  • 08 January 2017
  • 1400323703

    10 thoughts on “[BOOKS] ✭ So Not Okay Author Nancy N. Rue – Soaringeaglecasino.us


  1. says:

    A book about a girl trying to stop bullying at her school Very fun to read The characters are very interesting and understanding Loved it Sofia Marie recommended it to me before Two other books in series Yay


  2. says:

    What a great book My son was being bullied and I listened to a podcast on bullying with the author, where she mentioned this book I read it to my 12 year old daughter We couldn t put it down Great tips about dealing with bullies.


  3. says:

    I m trying to read outside my favorite children s genres a littlein order to boost my readers advisory skills in areas where they re lacking, and one of those is inspirational materials Though we don t get a ton of requests for these at my library, they do pop up every so often and I think it s important to be familiar with them.So Not Okay tells the story of Tori, a sixth grader who is beginning to see bullying problems in her school At first, rich mean girl Kylie picks on Tori and her I m trying to read outside my favorite children s genres a littlein order to boost my readers advisory skills in areas where they re lacking, and one of those is inspirational materials Though we don t get a ton of requests for these at my library, they do pop up every so often and I think it s important to be familiar with them.So Not Okay tells the story of Tori, a sixth grader who is beginning to see bullying problems in her school At first, rich mean girl Kylie picks on Tori and her friends, but when new girl Ginger comes to school, Kylie moves her focus to Ginger With unwashed hair, unfashionable clothes, and a loud voice, Ginger is an easy target and not the kind of person that anyone wants to be friends with When a human behavior assignment in science leaves Ginger without a group to work with, Tori reluctantly allows her to join the group she s formed with three friends As Kylie s bullying progresses, Tori s group decides to study...


  4. says:

    About the Book There is no such thing as neutral.According to the Ambassadors 4 Kids Club, one out of every four students is bullied and 85% of these situations never receive intervention Parents, students, and teachers alike have amped up the discussion of how to solve the bullying problem for a networked generation of kids.Written by bestselling author, Nancy Rue, each book in the Mean Girl Makeover trilogy focuses on a different character s point of view the bully, the victim, and the byst About the Book There is no such thing as neutral.According to the Ambassadors 4 Kids Club, one out of every four students is bullied and 85% of these situations never receive intervention Parents, students, and teachers alike have amped up the discussion of how to solve the bullying problem for a networked generation of kids.Written by...


  5. says:

    I am beyond thankful and appreciative that Nancy Rue took the time to write this novel I teach a group of elementary girls every Wednesday night at my church and each one of them said they had been bullied It was very eye opening to read SO Not Okay and have a better understanding of what my girls have gone through Talk about heart breaking SO Not Okay hit on so many topics concerning bullying that not only will it leave people aware of how it happens, but what...


  6. says:

    The Pack was there before That wasn t what had changed It was just that Tori had never been their target before.Kylie and her friends the Pack, as Tori calls them are the girls in sixth grade who decide what s cool And apparently the new girl Ginger is not Will it just go away , as some people say, or should Tori do something And if she will what will it cost her Bullying isn t a joke It s real and it s out there So Not Okay dealswith the word bullying than the hit and punch b The Pack was there before That wasn t what had changed It was just that Tori had never been their target before.Kylie and her friends the Pack, as Tori calls them are the girls in sixth grade who decide what s cool And apparently the new girl Ginger is not Will it just go away , as some people say, or should Tori do something And if she will what will it cost her Bullying isn t a joke It s real and it s out there So Not Okay dealswith the word bullying than the hit and punch bullying The type of bullying that leaves you feeling like a looser and a nerd The type that calls a girl gingerbread of doesn t let her go to her locker or laughs when she reads her essay The type that s hard to pin point and that s easy to miss for the adults But is still there.So Not Okay is Nancy Rue s first book in the anti bullying series It is told from the bystander s point of view Tori learns that there is no such thing as n...


  7. says:

    I liked this story about bullying It was an interesting storyline, and although it was clearly a fictional approach to teaching, it didn t feel preachy Helpful information was presented in a natural way that fit the storyline It s a Christian book, but the Christian part is subtle The mentor character who helps the girls work through their problem tells them she s got Bible verses and principles that go with each step of responding to bullies, but those Bible verses aren t written anywhere t I liked this story about bullying It was an interesting storyline, and although it was clearly a fictional approach to teaching, it didn t feel preachy Helpful information was presented in a natural way that fit the storyline It s a Christian book, but the Christian part is subtle The mentor character who helps the girls work through their problem tells them she s got Bible ve...


  8. says:

    Before I get to this great book, I wanted to add my own personal thoughts on bullying I was bullied throughout my elementary years in PRIVATE schools and even in the older years by not so nice friends of mine in middle school public school by then I was also a bully to kids around me when I decided I d had enough being picked on That s not something I admit lightly, but it s true Some of it I could have avoided and I m definitely ashamed on the meanness I bestowed on others without reason Before I get to this great book, I wanted to add my own personal thoughts on bullying I was bullied throughout my elementary years in PRIVATE schools and even in the older years by not so nice friends of mine in middle school public school by then I was also a bully to kids around me when I decided I d had enough being picked on That s not something I admit lightly, but it s true Some of it I could have avoided and I m definitely ashamed on the meanness I bestowed on others without reason I never forgot what it was like to be made fun enough rejected excluded laughed at threatened but I didn t have the maturity to walk away or stand up for myself I was fina...


  9. says:

    This series is one of my favorite book series it is an honest look at bullying from three different perspectives this book is from the perspective of a a bystander it shows how she feels about the way a girl was being treated at her school I recommend this book for all readers.


  10. says:

    A strong starting point for opening up discussions about battling bullies I found this to be an easy to read, relatable story that I m sure will help many middle grade age children feelcomfortable talking about bullying and how to effectively battle against it For a few years now, Tori and her group of friends have been the main target of popular...

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