You Can’t Bully Me Anymore

You Can’t Bully Me Anymore is a powerful, encouraging, and engaging book to inspire and empower elementary school-aged children in particular who are either victims of the unprecedented bullying epidemic in America or offenders themselves.

Approximately 160,000 children in America deliberately miss school per day because of the fear of being bullied. Recently an elementary school aged child committed suicide because of bullying.

“The more children, parents, guardians, school officials, neighborhoods, and politicians are aware of the reality and dangers of bullying, the better tools of prevention and recovery can be implemented. This helps the bullied and the offender making our schools, nation and world a better and safer place to live.”

Written in simple poetic form with cartoon illustrations, You Can’t Bully Me Anymore is a great resource to build healthy self-esteem in children, will provide next-step actions should bullying occur, and be a useful tool for bullying prevention.

You Can’t Bully Me Anymore is available in hard copy and paperback from www.youcantbullymeanymore.com, or by calling 1-888-795-4275.

Reverend Brent La Prince Edwards

About the Author

Reverend Brent La Prince Edwards is an ordained minister, nationally published author, and highly sought international speaker, seminar and workshop facilitator who has addressed diverse audiences and cultures. He is senior pastor of the historic St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church of Asheville, NC, and a member of the World Methodist Order of the FLAME active in 155 countries. A member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., he serves on several civic and ecumenical boards in the city of Asheville, and locally, nationally & internationally within the AME denomination. He is a practicing martial artist, singer, and musician.

The son of devout retired educators James and Gloria La Prince Edwards of Charleston, SC, he was educated in public schools before matriculating at the historic Livingstone College in Salisbury, NC. He received a B.A. in the academic study of Religion from UNC-Charlotte, and a Master of Divinity from Union Presbyterian Seminary of Richmond, VA, via the Charlotte, NC campus.

As an advocate for the holistic education of youth, he partners with the Boards of Education of Asheville and Buncombe County. Through his ministry and youth advocacy many lives have been transformed to becoming productive citizens of society locally, nationally, and internationally.

 

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