Parents and educators who want to stop bullying will find this book to be incredibly useful. For those of us who are not experts in psychology and group dynamics, the book clearly presents information and strategies on how to help a child who is being bullied. I am very impressed by the analysis of bullying as a kind of illness that can be treated and cured. Since children are good at hiding their hurts, it is very helpful to understand the signs of bullying. When a parent figures out what’s happening, it is very hard to know what to do. The book is full of ideas on how to help a child cope with the situation and rise above it. Many parents know that although schools may profess that they have zero tolerance for bullies, that doesn’t necessarily mean that they take appropriate action. The book presents the information and tools parents need so that they can effectively advocate for their children.