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The sequel to The Revealers, this realistic young adult novel deals with a timely and urgent issue for adolescents and their schools—cyberbullying. The suspenseful and engaging story is the first to deal with the full-range of behaviors that fall under the umbrella of cyberbullying, using an expanded cast of characters to portray the rumor-spreading politics of an entire m...more
Paperback, 246 pages
Published 2011
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Katelyn
My son had to read this book for school, so I read it as well to see what it was about and keep in touch with what he's doing in school. I found myself really enjoying this book. The PA announcements are hilarious!

If you read "The Revealers" and wondered what happened next, this is the book that answers that question. It's the same characters, about a year later.

My son was only assigned "True Shoes" and not "The Revealers," but he told me he found starting "True Shoes" confusing because he didn...more
Carlea
I was disappointed with True Shoes. There seemed to be a lot of information that wasn't explained - What is the story between Catalina and Richie? How did there become so much technology in one school year? I was looking forward to sharing with my students the effects of cyberbullying with this story, but unfortunately I won't be.
Molly Stokes Henick
This is a terrific book especially for middle school kids.
The story is wonderful and the characters and their
circumstances ring true!
True Shoes covers the gamut of the middle school experience
with all its drama and intensity. It does this in a
fast paced and engaging style, I could not put it down.
Moreover my middle school twins, a boy and girl, loved it
as much as I did. This is a must read for middle schools.
Cfgk
A good sequel to my friend, Doug Wilhelm's YA book The Revealers about bullying. An apropos subject, and although I couldn't necessarily relate to the problems these kids have, Doug assures me that they're very real and salient to today's young adults. I loved hearing his "voice" in the writing and reading his more personal comments in the afterward. Go DOUG!
Isabelle
Great book. Doug Wilhelm based the places on my school!
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Doug Wilhelm is the author of The Revealers and Falling. Born in Oregon and raised in suburban New Jersey, he studied English at Kenyon College in Ohio, then went to work as a newspaper reporter. In 1981, he left his job and traveled to Asia, where he spent two years and became a freelance writer, editor, and teacher of English in Kathmandu, Nepal. He has worked as a journalist for The Boston Glob...more
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