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The Sweathog Newshawks (Welcome Back, Kotter)

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It all started innocently enough. Freddie Boom-Boom Washington wrote a story for the school newspaper. It told of the school's brilliant basketball star, a super-cool, super-baaaad dude who does it all - Freddie Boom-Boom Washington. When, for no good reason at all it was rejected, the sweathogs decided to do something about this injustice.

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157 pages
Published 1976
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Jan 13, 2017 rated it liked it
It is what it is. If you are looking for grade A writing, humor, wit, wonderful prose, blah, blah, blah, and you get this then you're an idiot. These were nothing more than junior books for TV shows. Much like fan fiction from today (although I stress that this would still have to be better than the majority of crap writing on the net. Just because you have access to a keyboard doesn't mean you should write fiction).
If you enjoyed the show you'll enjoy this. Just let go, take the stick out out
I can't believe it, but I have a memory of reading this back when the show was on.
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Librarian note: William Johnston has also written under the pseudonyms Susan Claudia, Willa Jay, Heather Sinclair, Ed Garth, Alex Steele, and William Howard.

William Johnston joined the Navy in 1942 and served in the Pacific. He worked as a disc jockey, advertising executive, magazine editor, and PR man before his writing career took off in 1960 with The Marriage Cage, a comic mystery that earned h