What would it be like to be older than your father?
Brann Connell is sick of hearing his parents argue all the time. Seems to Brann his dad could stand up for himself more, instead of building a wall of excuses to hide behind. But some things never change—after all, his dad has always been this way. Or has he?
Brann never imagined that he would actually get the chance to find out. But suddenly he is hurled back in time to spend the day with his father as a young boy. In this single mystifying day of adventure, Brann discovers that there is more to his dad—and fate—than he thought.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Anyway Aunt Rebecca Billy blocks boy’s Brann agreed Brann answered Brann asked Brann felt Brann heard Brann knew Brann looked Brann nodded Brann sat Brann stood Brann thought Brann waited Brann’s father can’t caves crazy CYNTHIA VOIGT dark didn’t want door dream farm fate father’s feel fight flashlight floor frogs grab Grandma grandmother gray eyes guess hair hand happened He’s hear I’m sorry inside keep Kevin asked Kevin Connell Kevin shook kitchen laughing law school lawn light listening mother mouth moved never Newbery Honor Newbery Medal Ohio River pool remember river scared shook his head shoulder sitting sleep smile Solitary Blue sorry sound stared Stevie stop Suzanne swimming talked tell There’s things Thomas Connell told tray trees tunnel twins Uncle Andrew voice wall wasn’t What’s whipped window wondered woods Yeah