Books on teen dating violence
While the writing makes for a quick read, the book raises questions that require thoughtful contemplation and could serve as the basis of discussion of slut shaming, rape culture, bullying, victim blaming, and other important issues.Desir’s expertise shows in her nuanced and realistic portrayal of rape and its aftermath.by Courtney Summers Remy was a popular girl, until a boy she had a crush on—who happened to be the son of the Sheriff—raped her.When she accuses him, she’s relentlessly bullied, even more so because she doesn’t conform to what people expect of victims. by Elise Moser There is a lot of truth in this novel that will make many readers uneasy and uncomfortable.
Jennifer Brown is a popular author with fans of realistic YA and this novel is a solid choice for a discussion on dating violence and healthy relationships.
When they’re forced to go to a cabin with Taylor’s boyfriend and another boy who owes him a favor, they go into survival mode.