Boy On the Edge by Fridrik Erlings
Targeted by bullies because of his physical challenges, Henry lashes out at his mother and is sent to an isolated farm for troubled boys along the Icelandic coast, where his precarious contentment is challenged by a manic preacher overseer and his own restlessness.
Loss by Jackie Kessler
A lifetime of being bullied has left fifteen-year-old Billy angry and frightened, but when he is tricked into becoming Pestilence, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, with the power to inflict diseases, he travels through time and memory to find Death in hopes of escaping his fate.
Speechless by Hannah Harrington
After her behavior causes her to lose her popular friends and results in one person being hospitalized, Chelsea takes a vow of silence.
Dreamrider by Berry Jonsberg
Harangued by his father about his weight and bullied in all the many schools he has attended, teenaged Michael finds some comfort in his ability to experience “lucid” dreaming but then starts to notice that the things that happen in his dreams are starting to occur in the real world as well.