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Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie by David Lubar
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May 01, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: favorites, funny, juv-ya, own-it, re-play

I don't like books about high school because the kids are just plain mean to each other. Yet, this was a great book. It wasn't the plot; that was just our hero, Scott, trying to get this girl to notice him. I loved all the different layers, and that this book is hysterically funny, with lots of great dialog.
"Let's do some Tom Swifties," I said after I got tired of watching.
"Let's stick forks in our eyes," Kyle said. "That would be even more fun."
That made me think of the perfect one. "'Let's stick forks in our eyes,' Tom said blindly."
"'And Knives,' Tom sad cuttingly."

"Have you ever noticed that Piglet looks like some sort of larval grub with ears? And, if you ask me, Tigger belongs in rehab. But there's something even worse. The Poohster himself. You might as well get used to having people point at you and say, 'There's Pooh on your shirt.'"

Warning. these books have quite a bit of mild profanity, suck, crap, etc.

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