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The No Cussing Club by McKay Hatch
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Jan 25, 2009

it was amazing

This is an excellent book about a courageous young man who took a stand against cussing in his school. As a result he has been the brunt of bullying at school as well as the recipients of tens of thousands of hateful e-mails and other forms of cyberbullying. The book explains how he has handled the challenges and tells about the positive impact his No Cussing Club has had, including the way it has grown to now include more than 20,000 members, with members in every state and more than 33 nations.

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M.M. Strawberry Reviews This child has no right to call himself the most cyberbullied kid in America. Children are bullied to the point of suicide for being gay, for being fat, for not being pretty enough, etc etc. McKay is an obnoxious little brat who went about his 'goal' in the wrong way and his sanctimonious attitude, not his message, is why he rouses so much ire from his detractors.

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