Things have definitely changed since the arrival of Scott's baby brother Sean. Other than the fact that the little guy is usually loud, moist, and smelly, he is kind of cute. Scott's father is still hoping to open his own garage, his older brother's band is enjoying some success, and it looks like Scott may soon have a sister-in-law.
With high hopes for sophomore year, Scott is determined to advance his friend relationship with Lee to a romantic level. He is looking forward to contributing some high quality writing to the school paper. He also has every intention of keeping his grades up and his prospects for a great future open.
Day one of sophomore year begins on the bus with an annoying freshman in need of Scott's advice and protection. This is followed by a disgusting encounter with a partially dissected cat resulting in an embarrassing bout of public vomiting. Worst of all, in English, the class that should be the highlight of his day, Scott discovers that the teacher most definitely doesn't appreciate his wit and wisdom. It's beginning to look like sophomore year might not be all Scott dreamed it would be.
David Lubar packs in plenty of humor and tons of word play for readers as they navigate sophomore year with Scott and friends. Quirky characters, non-stop action, and witty vocabulary will have readers laughing all the way through this hilarious page-turner. Will Scott return for junior year in the near future? We can only hope.