Safe Havens is pleased to announce that we have just ordered the ninth printing of Weakfish – Bullying Through the Eyes of a Child. This book has been helpful to many school safety practitioners over the years because it helps them see the connection between what research says and the story of an actual child.
We are excited that demand for the book is still strong after more than a decade. There are many excellent books on bullying out there and as an author I am thankful that so many people still read Weakfish. Though my first book to be stocked by bookstores Staying Alive – How to Act Fast and Survive Deadly Encounters is expected to sell far more copies, Weakfish is a very personal book to me.
As a child who struggled to be able to read, I dreamed of writing a book someday. Being able to publish multiple books is beyond my wildest childhood dreams. Being a diagnosed Dyslexic, I can vividly recall not being able to read. Thanks to a dedicated teacher and an amazing program for Dyslexic children, I am able to read and write today. Each time a new printing of Weakfish comes out, I feel blessed that I received this critical assistance.
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