Cyberbullies K.O.


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A book for children 2.0!

Cyberbullies K.O. speaks directly to children showing the advantages of the complex world of the internet, but also the dangers they can incur, and thus addresses the issue of online bullying. The aim is not to scare, but to promote a conscious and rich use of the web. After all, teaching the dynamics of apps and social networks is not much different from road education: knowing the potential and risks of these new technologies is as easy and fundamental as learning to cross the road.

  • How to safely use social networks and the internet, protecting yourself from cyberbullying.

  • Richly illustrated manual giving useful tips on defence techniques and best practices, helping youngsters safely experience the wonderful opportunities of our times.


GENRE Non-fiction
FIRST PUBLISHER Ed Scienza (Italy), 2016


Davide is not only a sci-fi and children’s author, but also a journalist and videogame translator. In 2018, Red Stars, one of his internationally successful books, won In Other Words – BookTrust’s Book in Translation Award in London. In 2017, he won the Italian Andersen Award with The Pocket Watch Gang, the adventure he dreams of having lived as a child. Then, in 2018, he was a finalist at Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis in Germany. In 2019, he won the Prix des Bouquineurs en Seine in France and the Vlag and Wimpel in the Netherlands.



Born in Lucca (Tuscany) in 1981, Teo has spent 15 years in the world of communication as a graphic and social media strategist, copywriter, blogger and ghost-writer. Today, he is also a children's author. Teo likes humorous and realistic stories and loves meeting his readers to create new imaginary worlds and absurd stories with them. He has published with Edizioni EL/Einaudi Ragazzi, Fanucci Editore and Editoriale Scienza. His latest book, "Cyberbulli al tappeto", a manual for children about good practices on social networks co-written with Davide Morosinotto, has been a breakthrough success in Italy with both newspapers and readers.