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Abash and the Cyber-Bully by Matt Casper
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Feb 03, 11

bookshelves: pb-fiction, prek-audience, read-aloud-books, elementary-readers
Read in March, 2009

The author has done a nice job weaving several themes into this story: feelings and empathy, bullying in general, cyber bullying, and creative problem solving. The illustrations are like graphic novels, but do not carry the story in the same way. Given the amount of main text, some of the sidebars and inset boxes may be distracting to a young reader. I was a bit confused, because Abash's mood at the beginning of the book suggested he was already a victim, but we later learn that's not true.

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