Grounded. Again. Stuart is the most in-trouble kid ever. His super-obsessive single-parent mom is always on his case, and if he’s busted one more time, she’s threatening the unthinkable—no soccer! Stuart’s best friend, a wise and wacky girl named Mack, hatches an unsettling plan to distract his mom by fixing her up with Mack’s uncle. It just might work, though—if their friendship doesn’t unravel first. And anyhow, he doesn’t want his widowed mom to date. Or does he?
About the Author
Betty Hicks is the author of Basketball Bats and several sports novels for older readers, including Busted! and I Smell Like Ham. She lives in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Table of Contents
|2||What's a Guy to Do?||7|
|3||Cleats, But No Helmets||18|
|6||Shake It Off||43|
|7||Period. End of Discussion||54|
|9||Lower Than Dirt||74|
|10||Nothing Left to Lose||82|
|11||A Good Thing or a Bad Thing?||94|
|12||Body Odor Bus||104|
|14||Awful, Even Worse, and Worse Still||125|