South Pointe Elementary School's fifth grade class' book titled Cyber-bully, made in the shape of an iPad, as part of the Page at a Time project is on display with other schools' books at The Wolfsonian-Florida International University on Miami Beach, on Friday, May 13, 2011. The program is a collaborative book project constructed by each class, with each student contributing one page of text and illustration on their chosen theme relevant to a current event or issue in the world.
South Pointe Elementary School's fifth grade class' book titled Cyber-bully, made in the shape of an iPad, as part of the Page at a Time project is on display with other schools' books at The Wolfsonian-Florida International University on Miami Beach, on Friday, May 13, 2011. The program is a collaborative book project constructed by each class, with each student contributing one page of text and illustration on their chosen theme relevant to a current event or issue in the world. ALLISON DIAZ Miami Herald File/2013
South Pointe Elementary School's fifth grade class' book titled Cyber-bully, made in the shape of an iPad, as part of the Page at a Time project is on display with other schools' books at The Wolfsonian-Florida International University on Miami Beach, on Friday, May 13, 2011. The program is a collaborative book project constructed by each class, with each student contributing one page of text and illustration on their chosen theme relevant to a current event or issue in the world. ALLISON DIAZ Miami Herald File/2013

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