Seventh Grade: A Comedy
Seventh Grade is as close as youre going to get to Mark Twain. Had Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn had the same technology and number of friends in the same school as did the bad class, they would have done the same things. Take an adventure back to 1975; to a time when freedom was easily attainable and the school system put education ahead of discipline, instead of vice versa like it is today. You may just laugh out loud!
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