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Teen tackles bullying in new book

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Stop the bullying already. Little Mikey can’t get to sleep at night, because he’s far too worried about the big thugs at school. He doesn’t want to strike back, and he’s tried to ignore them, but all his efforts have failed. Teen author Angel McGowan addresses this very real situation in her break-out book, “Stomp Out the Bullying!”

The 15-year old junior at JL Mann High School in Greenville, S.C. has hit the mark with this story written for the younger set. The colorful illustrations by Matthew Linn, a fellow student, tell the whole story. Her easy style makes it enjoyable for parents to read and children to understand.

This is a must read for every parent and every child who ever lost their lunch money to a bully.

For more about “Stomp Out the Bullying!,” by Angela McGowan, illustrated by Matthew Linn [32 pages, Outskirts Press, Inc., $14.95] visit www.outskirtspress.com/bookstore.

Updated 7:03 pm, October 28, 2016
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