Journal of a Schoolyard Bully: Cyberbully by Farley Katz
  

Synopsis

Journal of a Schoolyard Bully: Cyberbully by Farley Katz

After his mum transfers jobs and towns, Niko Kayler, notorious calculating bully, gets a second chance to be good, or be evil. Though he tries to contain himself, Niko stumbles onto the world of cyber bullying, harnessing the power of mobiles, Facebook, and some technology he invents to covertly torture his fellow classmates. Things seem to be going well for Niko until the technology is turned against him and Niko learns what it's like to be on the wrong side of the cyber bullying.

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For older readers looking for a humorous escape from the classic literature assigned in school, Journal of the Schoolyard Bully: Cyber Bully just might be the release they need. --VOYA

About the Author

At twenty-seven, FARLEY KATZ is the youngest staff cartoonist for The New Yorker, where he's published more than fifty cartoons. Last year he wrote and edited The New Yorker 's comedy blog, The Cartoon Lounge. He's written jokes and drawn cartoons for Mad Magazine, Saturday Night Live, and The Harvard Lampoon, where he was an editor in college. After graduating, he moved to Los Angeles where he developed a comedy pilot for Endemol, and wrote and directed for Budweiser's Bud T.V. His work has appeared on Eater.com and in Narrative magazine. He lives in New York City where he writes and draws the webcomic Kids Are Dumb.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
256 pages
Interest Age: 8 to 14

Author

Farley Katz
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Publisher

Publication date

21st September 2012

ISBN

9780312606589


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