At 83, Anita Ron Schorr is a grandmother of nine, a resident of Westport, and a devoted advocate for the weakest members of our society. She received an Anti-Defamation League Award for Community Leadership and is widely sought by schools and other organizations as a guest speaker. Anita has also been nominated for the 2012 Movers and Shakers, Year in Review, by the Jewish Ledger. "If someone is bullied or marginalized, she said: "Step in. Be a Hero. Don't stay silent. Speak out." This takes guts, but it is what we must do as people." University of New Haven "She was driven by a relentless need to survive so that she could share her story and ensure that the nightmare of prejudice and violence would never happen again." Josh Sayles, The Weston Forum
To me the book didn't make a lot of sense, for example, in the book they were talking about bullying and then moved on to a bunch of different topics which was confusing. My friends that were in my group are not a big fan of this book either. I mean it was kind of interesting about how Anita was explaining her life and everything, But overall, I don't recommend reading this book.