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For some kids, high school is a time they will never forget filled with friends, Friday night football games, and first loves. For others, however, severe and long-term bullying can make high school damaging at best and even fatal. Alarming statistics show that the phenomenon known as bullycide is on the rise and that the classrooms and gymnasiums parents expect their children to be safe in may be more dangerous than once thought. They certainly were for Daniel Mendez, whose harrowing life story is told in this book by his mother, Anna DiPronio-Mendez. Using her own son's tragic story, the author puts readers in the shoes of her young son who, at only sixteen years old with his entire life ahead of him, killed himself after years of relentless bullying. Daniel's story helps readers understand what it feels like to be a teen on the wrong side of bullying and also the fatal consequences of looking the other way. Anna bravely revisits the untimely death of her only son in hopes that Daniel's story can create the much needed change that must take place on school campuses and in all of society so that bullycide can one day be a thing of the past. This book is written not only for Daniel, but for every child who has dreaded stepping foot in a school's hallways for fear of assault and abuse.
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