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Scott Hudson has somehow managed to survive freshman year. But with a new baby brother in the house and a whole host of adventures awaiting him at school, sophomore year promises to be anything but boring.

An honest and funny follow-up to the popular Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie, award-winning author David Lubar pens a tale that perfectly captures the ridiculous, tumultuous, and sometimes heartbreaking truths about high school.

©2015 David Lubar (P)2015 Listening Library

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As a heads up, I have only listened to a couple of hours of this with my 14-year-old son. But, from what I have heard, we both really like the education you get in grammar and writing that is both fun and exciting. We still continue to point out linguistic errors we notice that came up in the story. This is the first book I have heard of that places an emphasis on writing. He read another story from this author and loved it also. If the setting were an adult one, I would probably enjoy it. I would use a credit on this for your teen, especially if they like books. If any of this was helpful, please click YES below. Later.