The Story of Bill and John: A Fictional Tale about Bullying
William Champy Jr.
Over the last few years, there has been much attention brought to the subject of bullying and the devastating effects on the recipients of this unwanted attention, sometimes resulting in death or suicide. While there has been much conversation on this topic in schools and on talk shows, many are still at a loss to determine how to combat this problem. Many feel there should be laws created setting guidelines of punishment for those who are responsible for the emotional and physical battering of others.
The author has a personal interest and great concern about bullying and its consequences, and has written and illustrated this book as a simplistic, easy-to-understand representation of this problem. If we can reach our children early, possibly we can greatly diminish the torment, which will touch a number of our youth.
About the Author
William Champy is a native of Orangeburg, South Carolina. He has B.S. Degrees in Biology Education and Chemistry and a Masters Degree with concentration in biology, mathematics, and science, all from South Carolina State University. A highly educated man, he is working toward a Master of Arts in Mathematics, one in Science/Biology, and an Ed.D. in Educational Administration. He also holds many professional certifications and has 34 copyrights for songs, poems, and theories; 3 science theories; 3 math theorem; and has 2 copyrights pending.
While he has held many diverse positions both in education (tutoring, high school, and college) and other areas, such as security and tax preparation, he is currently a substitute teacher for Orangeburg School District #4.
His hobbies include billiards, pool, reading, fishing, hunting, playing checkers, and writing.
(2013, Paperback, 36 pages)