His presentation was fun, animated and informative. Driver used different voices for each of the characters. At times you could have heard a pin drop, other times laughter filled the room. The children were fully entertained.
After the reading, there was an opportunity for the students to ask questions. A student asked him if he’s ever been bullied, “Yes I have,” Driver said. “And I made sure I told someone.”
“Quickie Stands up to a Bully,” in our world that’s what we will face from physical bullying to social bullying to regular bullying and how we can face that,” Driver said. “We have to let our kids know they have to stand up when they see bullying, they have to stand up to help, that’s exactly the same thing for adults when they see someone being bullied in the business world.”