Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie

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Penguin, Jan 18, 2007 - Young Adult Fiction - 288 pages
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Starting high school is never easy. Seniors take your lunch money. Girls you’ve known forever are suddenly beautiful and unattainable.The guys you grew up with are drifting away.And you can never get enough sleep. Could there be a worse time for Scott’s mother to announce she’s pregnant? Scott decides high school would be a lot less overwhelming if it came with a survival manual, so he begins to write down tips for his new sibling. Scott’s chronicle of his first year of bullies, romance, honors classes, and brotherhood is both laugh-out-loud funny and touchingly wise.
 

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I read this book the summer before my freshman year to get some insight on the freshman expirience. I only wish high school was this much fun! The main character Scott is hilarious as he tells of his ... Read full review

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book is boring but good for a book report.

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Contents

Acknowledgements
Four
Eight
Eleven
Thirteen
Sixteen
Nineteen
TwentyTwo
TwentyFive
TwentySeven
Thirty
ThirtyTwo
Copyright

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David Lubar is the author of many popular novels for young readers, including Hidden Talents and Dunk. He has also published many short stories in young adult anthologies. He lives in Pennsylvania.

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