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Bully.com

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 139 Ratings and 53 Reviews

Book Description
Seventh grader Jun Li is a brilliant student, more comfortable around computers than people. But his world turns upside down when the principal accuses him of a cyberbullying incident. To prove his innocence, Jun has seven days to track down the true culprit.

Jun's investigation will bring him face-to-face with computer hackers, a jealous boyfriend, and more than one student who has been ... More
Book Information
PublisherEerdmans Books for Young Readers
BindingPaperback
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages248
ISBN-100802854133
ISBN-13978-0802854131
Publication Date04/01/2013
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About Joe Lawlor (Author) : Joe Lawlor is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Joe Lawlor is Bully.com.
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6/17/2013 Suzanne Morris said:
4 stars Lately, bully-themed stories cross my desk weekly. Of them all, Bully.com is the most realistic in terms of middle school student behavior. The author understands this age group, especially the female student and female groups. The story also has one of the most surprising endings. The ... more

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