When 16-year-old Stan Claxton learns that his neighbor Ginny Forrester is coming home, he isn't sure if he should be happy or scared. Ginny-a 15-year-old nationally-ranked junior tennis player-is having trouble with her game, and her coach thinks Stan can pull her out of this slump. After an awkward beginning, Stan settles in as Ginny's coach, and her play improves with each match in a local tournament. But even as she advances to the finals, Ginny won't share the dark secret that is jeopardizing her future. Can Stan help her, or is the mysterious song of the whistling toilets her only hope? A nationwide favorite of parents and teenagers alike, author Randy Powell has earned ALA Best Book of the Year honors for Dean Duffy and Is Kissing a Girl who Smokes Like Licking an Ashtray?. Narrator Johnny Heller's enthusiastic reading style fully captures all the humor and pressures of growing up.