Lubar, David. Sleeping freshmen never lie, a novel.
LUBAR, David. Sleeping freshmen never lie Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie (2006) is a young adult novel by David Lubar. Plot summary
The story centers around the story of Scott Hudson, and the beginning of his freshman year of high school. , a novel. Full cast performance. 6 cds. 6.75 hrs. Full Cast Audio. 2005/2006. 1-933322-51-9. $37.00. Vinyl; plot, author notes. J
Scott Hudson This article is about the scientist. For the professional wrestling announcer, see Scott Hudson (announcer).
Raymond Scott Hudson is a professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Washington State University. experiences the typical triumphs and trials of a rather nerdy bookworm bookworm, popular name for the larvae of several beetles that bore through books, e.g., the drugstore, spider, and deathwatch beetles. in his freshman year at a small town Pennsylvania high school. Initially he feels undersized undersized
see dwarfism, runt. , weak, and definitely unpopular. Picked on by upper classmen, unnoticed by the girl of his dreams, and further distressed by his mother's unexpected pregnancy, he struggles to tough out the year, and records his experiences in a journal addressed to the unwelcome little brother in utero in utero (in u´ter-o) [L.] within the uterus.
In the uterus.
in utero adv. . By the end of school his fortunes have improved significantly.
Thanks to Scott's superb vocabulary and wry humor, the wholesome story is funny and also touching. The performance by a large and excellent cast of adults and teenagers is a delight. Full Cast Audio has done a fine job. The only question is why jazz, which does not seem typical of current teenage musical tastes, was chosen to separate the chapters. Pat Dole, Richmond, VA
J--Recommended for junior high school students. The contents are of particular interest to young adolescents and their teachers.