“Michael Embry’s insight into the current issue of bullying is provocative and breathtaking. When you put this remarkable book down, you have virtually experienced the bullying that faces many young people today. This novel is fast-paced, the characters vivid and unforgettable. Every pre-teen and young adult should read The Bully List.”
author of novels for ‘tweens.
A compelling young adult novel on a disturbing and timely issue, school bullying. Told from teenager Josh's confused and embattled perspective, he and his buddy Sam, the bullied, believe their response requires a desperate measure, the bully list. A riveting narrative just begging for answers to a serious societal problem.
Kentucky’s Everyday Heroes for Kids: Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Stuff,
Kentucky’s Everyday Heroes: Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things (Vol. 1, 2 and 3),
and Tim Farmer: A Kentucky Woodsman Restored.
Michael Embry tackles the tough but timely topic of bullying in The Bully List. As the physical and verbal abuse against two teen-aged boys escalates, it’s easy to feel compassion for the victims. But Embry also offers insights into what motivates the bullies to intimidate others.
The Lost Dispatch, 48 Hours, UFO: Unidentified Feathered Object,
Squatch Watch, Road To Pleasant Hill and ’Tis A Gift.
Michael Embry is the author of three nonfiction basketball books, five novels and a short-story collection. His previous young adult novel for Wings ePress was Shooting Star. Embry’s career includes more than 30 years in journalism as a reporter, sportswriter, and editor. He’s a member of the U.S. Basketball Writers Association, National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association and serves on the selection committee of the Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame. He’s on the executive board of the Kentucky Book Fair. Embry, who is listed in Who’s Who in America, lives in Frankfort, Ky., with his wife, Mary, and Chorkie, Bailey.