Cliques: Deal with It Using What You Have Inside
Written by Kat Mototsune. Illustrated by Ben Shannon.
Published by James Lorimer & Company Ltd., 2010.
|Feeling left out? Who decides who gets to be part of a clique and
who doesn't, anyway? Maybe you have a group of friends that you like to hang
out with. But how often do you invite others to hang out with you? Are you open
to including new friends and new ideas? Could your group of friends be a
As long as there have been girls in schools, there have been cliques a particularly malicious and subtle form of bullying that isn't always recognized for what it is. And with the growing role of social media, their mean-spirited goals have only become easier to achieve.
Cliques: Deal with It Using What You Have Inside offers young readers up-to-date discussions about: distinguishing groups from cliques, inclusion/exclusion, gossip, cyber-bullying, self esteem, and peer pressure. The book directly addresses the problem of cliques, and provides many practical tips on how to identify, confront, and overcome it. Quizzes, comics, and graphic novel-style illustration help make this book a fun and accessible way to approach the often difficult-to-address problem of cliques.
Author Kat Motosune is a former editor at ChickaDEE Magazine and OWL Books. She has edited dozens of critically acclaimed non-fiction and education books for children. She lives in Toronto. Ben Shannon is a Toronto-based illustrator and musician. His work has appeared in publications such as Rolling Stone, Wired, National Geographic World, and The Globe and Mail.
Attractively illustrated, this book is intended for ages 10+.
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