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Sophomores and Other Oxymorons by David Lubar
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Sophomores and Other Oxymorons

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Length 9 hours 33 minutes
Language English
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A hilarious follow-up to the perennial favorite Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie.

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.

David Lubar is the author of many popular novels for young readers, including Hidden Talents and Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie. He has also published multiple short stories in young adult anthologies. He lives in Pennsylvania.

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Reviews

"Ten years is a long time to wait for a sequel, but Lubar makes it worth our while."  —Booklist

"Laugh-out-loud . . . Lubar uses his comedic voice to give the story a larger-than-life feel." VOYA


Praise for Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie:

"Hilarious . . . [Scott]'s physical and emotional tumult is as clear, familiar, and complex as high school itself." —School Library Journal

"Amusing, accurate observations about freshman life, from the insecurities of first dates to the dangers of walking the hall between classes." —Booklist

"[A] fresh, genuinely funny picture of an earnest yet hapless teen . . ." —BCCB Expand reviews