School Shooting Books in CBSD

Since 2013, 70 people have been killed and 118 injured in 46 school shootings, according to a school shooting tracker NBC News is making public. As of December 19, 2021, it has been 19 days since the last school shooting.

Combine this with the recent School Shooting Day TikTok Challenge, we at WokePA can not support books that in great detail describe School Shootings. We feel it gives potential school shooters notes on how to do these horrible acts.

ALL BOYS AREN’T BLUE, By George M. Johnson:

This book is available at Central Bucks School District in the following schools: Lenape Middle School, CB East, CB West, Tohickon Middle School , Tamanend Middle School, and Unami Middle School

Minutes after the principal of Opportunity High School in Alabama finishes her speech welcoming the student body to a new semester, they discover that the auditorium doors will not open and someone starts shooting as four teens, each with a personal reason to fear the shooter, tell the tale from separate perspectives.

Thoughts and Prayers by Bryan Bliss

This book is available at Lenape Middle School

“Three high school students attempt to repair their lives after a school shooting”

Shooter by Walter Dean Myers

This book is available at Lenape Middle School, CB East, CB West, CB South, Tohickon Middle School, Tamanend Middle School, Holicong Middle School, and Unami Middle School

Written in the form of interviews, reports, and journal entries, the story of three troubled teenagers ends in a tragic school shooting.

And we stay by Jenny Hubbard

This book is available at Lenape Middle School, CB East.

Sent to an Amherst, Massachusetts, boarding school after her ex-boyfriend shoots himself, seventeen-year-old Emily expresses herself through poetry as she relives their relationship, copes with her guilt, and begins to heal.

No easy answers: the truth behind death at Columbine by Brooks Brown

This book is available at Lenape Middle School.

Brooks Brown, a 1999 graduate of Columbine High School, describes his longtime friendship with Dylan Klebold, his difficulties with Eric Harris before the shootings, and his experiences in the aftermath, during which he was suspected as an accomplice by the police and his classmates.

Children, violence, and murder by Richard Worth

This book is available at Lenape Middle School, CB South, Tohickon Middle School

Provides information about child violence, discussing the various sources of the problem, looking at various school shootings at Columbine and elsewhere, and considering ways to curtail violent behavior in children.