The Be Cool Be Nice Movement
"Be Cool Be Nice has the most stunning visuals and graphics I have ever seen." – Tommy Hilfiger
"I aim to treat others as I want to be treated." - Kendall Jenner
Be Cool, Be Nice is a journal and interactive manual that aims to stem the tide of antisocial behaviour and conquer cyber bullying 'one nincompoop at a time', by spreading love and positivity. It may well be the most important book that you buy this year. We can guarantee that it will be the most covetable.
Prompted by the stark realisation that one in five young people will be a victim of cyber bullying, Be Cool, Be Nice (BCBN) seeks to encourage us to use social media in a positive and proactive way and to advocate good manners on and offline so we 'check it before we wreck it'.
Whatever your age, sexual orientation, race or ethnicity, Be Cool, Be Nice will inspire, empower, connect and engage you with visually captivating 'reminders to be kinder'.
Part journal, part interactive manual, part Jedi mind trick and part friend, Be Cool Be Nice (BCBN) is as beneficial as it is beautiful. Packed with celebrity wisdom and endorsements, and featuring content from Kylie to Bieber, Kendall to Katy, its clever workbook pages encourage us all to reflect and learn. And kindness is always in style, when the design contributions, stickers and postcards come from fashion and design legends like Burberry, Marc Jacobs, Marc Newson, Pat McGrath and so many more. It is a book to give and to share, physically and virtually using its interactive app.
Teaching values that will last for a lifetime, BCBN bridges the gap between adult and child, containing a timeless message which older people will appreciate and to which younger people will aspire.
It's time to make a stand: be cool – be nice.
Be Cool Be Nice (BCBN) is a global movement sparked by one teen's struggle and flamed by the staggering fact that one in five young people will be a victim of cyber bullying. Adopted by celebrities, style icons, artists and leaders across the globe, BCBN has grown from a rallying cry into a multi-media collaboration to encourage the use of social media in a positive and proactive w ay and to advocate good manners on- and offline.
Be Cool, Be Nice