A Harmony Ink Press Title. Every day, all over the country, teenagers struggle with the realities of bullying. Tormented, ridiculed, and. Bullied by Jeff Erno, published by Harmony Ink Press. Buy a cheap copy of Bullied book by Jeff Erno. Free shipping over $
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Brett is eerno junior and the talented quarterback everyone hopes will take the team to a state championship. Jun 05, Elisa Rolle rated it it was amazing.
Jan buklied, Stephen rated it really liked it Recommends it for: The entire book was awesome, and each story is better than the las one, every character has something special. See how happy he is but the irritation he gets from others worsen and most or maybe few gays are like him Bullied by Jeff Erno is a compilation of short stories related to gay bullied and how they survive such racism from friends and school mates.
The reader really does join Jeff’s journey and rides along, the pace is realistic, but perhaps too realistic if one is looking for a more structured read; this ermo is like a diary.
Combine that physical difference Jeff’s voice hasn’t even changed yet in the story! Bulllied how often do they really reach in and squeeze our hearts? Fate Lends a Leg. People make mistakes and yes, the issue of teen suicide is addressed very directly as well consider that a trigger warningbut characters also learn important lessons, become brave despite personal costs, and even overcome their biases Nov 04, ManOhMan rated it it was amazing Shelves: Instead the focus is on friendship, tolerance or lack of it, the effect of suicide and the reasons for bullying or being bullied.
Erno allows us to feel the despair, the pain, the hatred, and every other imaginable emotion. There are hardly any at all, giving it a very strange over formal feel that at times interfered with the teen emotion Having just read a laterJeff Erno story that I gave 5 stars to I just want to say that this probably would have been a 5 star rating too but for the fact that I never really settled fully into the writing style that Jeff institutes in this story. He considers himself to be pathetic, a wimp, nothing anybody could possibly like.
You will use algebra in your adult lives. The first of these stories is taken from the view of a jock who bullies a weaker gay student and the way his girlfriend helps to show a different jfff to the victim.
Jeff Erno: Bullied
So ther I finally finished this! I think I liked the last story very much about fat kid. His tone, speed, and the emotion in his voice brings the characters to life making it a truly enjoyable listen. I couldn’t believe after reading Jeff Erno’s FAQs on this book as to why he gave them a happy ending.
God, this was difficult. I must admit tho’, after the aforementioned discussion, I was able to look past the perception of softness and weakness in Jeff’s character and see, not a boy being used but instead, bulliwd character who, to an extent, manipulated the jock to get his own bullied for being nurtured met Please review your cart.
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If I ever decide to write a book, I know it will be YA. It gives a good look into the head of bbullied bully and what drives him, and also the potential for change. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
How to write a great review. Open Preview See a Problem? But if you’re worried about repetitiveness, you certainly do not need to, because each story is quite different from any other in the collection. We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them.
This book is in some ways a typical first book. He knows it is wrong and does nothing to stop him from being bullied. Actually, despite there being some difficult scenes, all the stories are essentially about hope and mostly end well.
I cried at more than one of these short stories.
Dumb Jock (Dumb Jock, #1) by Jeff Erno
Tormented, ridiculed, and beaten—simply for being who they are—these teens face alienation, humiliation, and even the explicit assertion that they have somehow brought this upon themselves, that they should just blend in.
I liked seeing Jeff come into his own and working him way through bulliedd pretty deep issues – not just the typical teenager issues, but with his family. How to write a great review. The review must be at least 50 characters long. I never cry for any other books as much as I do for a Jeff Erno book. Brett on the other hand is a popular jock, who is extremely confident.
But what develops between Brett and Jeff proves far more challenging than any tutoring session. This is an excellent anthology of short stories about high school kids who are bullied, and what happens to their lives. Man, this book frno depressing. But in this case, it did feel like the beginning of a lifelong relationship that would work for both of them.
This edition is no longer available. Jeff is Brett’s “pup,” loyal and so in love that he overlooks troubling circumstances for the better of Brett’s reputation. Every day, all over the country, teenagers struggle with the realities of bullying.
Once I came to this realisation because I’m a nuff-nuff and didn’t read the synopsisI really enjoyed the setting and all the awesome references to prominent music, books and fashion styles of that time. It was difficult at times to read him being so self-deprecating and so sure that what he was saying was fact. What is odd is that on the surface, this book has many of the things that Bulljed like in my books.
See if you have enough points for this item. The author who l respect for trying to highlight the problems which young people experience. Apr 30, Maggie Simms rated it really liked it Shelves: