Cageball, Poker, and the Atomic Wedgie

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Trafford, Aug 5, 2006 - Fiction - 240 pages
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Are you tired of your life? Tired of working day after day in the same place doing the same old boring things again and again? Don't you wish you could just go back in time and be a kid again?

"Cageball, Poker, and the Atomic Wedgie: A Tale of Catholic School Mischief" takes you back to that simpler time in life when all you cared about was having fun. Reminisce about your own childhood days as you follow Isaac and his friends through three days of the Eighth Grade. Revel in their high-jinks as these masters of mischief attempt to pass the time by relentlessly tormenting their teachers. As veterans of school time shenanigans, they pull out every trick in the book to make class time more enjoyable.

But as they cruise towards summer break, Isaac and his friends must face the most daunting challenge of their lives-the big Algebra final. Hopelessly unprepared for it, they scramble for a way to overcome this final obstacle in their path to graduation.

This humorous and nostalgic tale of childhood will make you laugh out loud. Brkich's clear and casual voice provides a refreshing narration that is a delight to read. It is sure to transport you back to that simpler time in life when summers seemed endless, birthdays were magical, and when imagination was everything.

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