Sleeping Freshman Never Lie

Sleeping Freshman Never Lie Starting high school is never easy Seniors take your lunch money Girls you ve known forever are suddenly beautiful and unattainable And you can never get enough sleep Could there be a worse time for S

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  • Title: Sleeping Freshman Never Lie
  • Author: David Lubar
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Paperback
  • Starting high school is never easy Seniors take your lunch money Girls you ve known forever are suddenly beautiful and unattainable And you can never get enough sleep Could there be a worse time for Scott s mother to announce she s pregnant Scott decides high school would be a lot less overwhelming if it came with a survival manual, so he begins to write down tips forStarting high school is never easy Seniors take your lunch money Girls you ve known forever are suddenly beautiful and unattainable And you can never get enough sleep Could there be a worse time for Scott s mother to announce she s pregnant Scott decides high school would be a lot less overwhelming if it came with a survival manual, so he begins to write down tips for his new sibling Meanwhile, he s trying his best to capture the attention of Julia, the freshman goddess In the process, Scott manages to become involved in nearly everything, from auditioning for the school play to running for student council to writing sports columns for the school paper While he tries to find his place in the confusing world of high school, win Julia s heart, and keep his sanity, Scott will be recording all the details for his sibling s and your enjoyment.

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    1. I absolutely adored this book. From your first glance at the title, you are intrigued. When you read the description/sneak peek on the back flap, you are reeled in. And from the first chapter to the last, you're undoubtedly hooked.The main character, Scott Hudson, is a smart freshmen bookworm with a witty outlook on life. He begins constructing a Guide To High school that he will present to his sibling to-be when they enter.I loved the things they learned in his Honors English class {wish I was [...]

    2. June 19, 2011Super cute! Scott was AWESOME! And I'm just going to say ditto to the stuff I said down there vv because I feel the same way!! :)December 15, 2008I'd give it 4.5 if I could. I'm still working on that.It was REALLY REALLY CUTE! I REALLY like Scott! He was so cute and nerdy, but in a great way! Just the kind of guy I would have gone for in high school Of course, it would have been a super-secret crush, and he would never have suspected in a million years. But whatever. The guy was act [...]

    3. I love to read YA literature about guys that are written by guys. I find it to be more entertaining, on the whole, than books about guys written by women. This book didn't disappoint in that regard.The gimmick of chronicling the lessons learned in school was not too over the top so as to get annoying. Also, the author does a good job of making some surprising characters to be really interesting, and the romance resolution wasn't at all what I thought would have expected. It seems like it's going [...]

    4. Found my first read aloud for the school year! This book had me cracking up and then tearing up. Scott is a smart, funny, and caring freshman who describes his first year in a way that you can't stop reading. I think my 8th graders would thoroughly enjoy the story and there are even a few school related terms that I can incorporate while reading out loud! LOVE this book!

    5. 3.5 StarsI find this book quite boring at first. its pretty dull in the beginning with nothing hugely interesting happened. But things start to pick up and i was surprised to find myself enjoying it. i think the best part of this book is Scott himself. Hes a pretty cool and decent guy. And he loves book. He has this cool way of thinking and most of the time i love being in his mind (which I have to admit, is a rare occasion)

    6. This one really engaged my son (a read aloud). I thought it was a bit hokey, but hey.I'm not a 14 year old freshman boy (Thank God!!)

    7. This was a very light, fun & quick read and I loved it! I loved Scott's personality and his humor. Loved the writing. Definitely glad I picked it up so randomly.

    8. When I saw the cover and title, the only thing I wanted to do was to read the book. Now the only thing I want to do is warn other people not to read the book. David Lubar’s Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie successfully bored me to death with its magnificently dull plot. Firstly, the author’s style is horrendous. The main character, Scott Hudson, is an average kid with nothing special about him. Dedicated solely to depict Scott’s journey throughout freshmen year, this book is terrible. I persona [...]

    9. To be honest, I was't looking forward to this book I don't even know why I put it on my to-read list. Even when i got it at the library I felt kind of dull. I didn't start reading it until 11 p.m. that night, but i didn't put it down until I was done O_O I finished passed 6 a.m.! I have NEVER read a book in one night before! I LOVED it. I think it was absolutely brilliant and so worth the sleep deprivation.You know what I love? I love the feeling you get when you laugh. And i'm not talking about [...]

    10. This book is just so under rated. Its a laugh out loud one. There are other books of this type which tries to make us laugh, but by the effort it seems that the author is trying to force the humor into the depressing parts also. But here David truly narrated from a freshman's perspective. Its refreshing to see Scott to struggle with change that comes with maturity,how friends drift apart and how the people who once seemed Impossible to live with move out of town and he just had to deal with it.A [...]

    11. Summer reading 2015My students in summer school really enjoyed this book and it's helping them get more comfortable with the idea of high school.

    12. super good, kinda long but bueno. and tbh it's also educational but the author kinda sneaks it past you but it makes me feel smart so yay me

    13. Ohmygod. This book was definitely the highlight of my last two weeks. I absolutely, positively LOVED IT TO DEATH. Legit.First off, I'm going to HAVE to talk about Scott. I swear, He is like the cutest thing ever. Scott is the complete definition of an awkward nerd in the eyes of society. The way he words everything and interprets things about ordinary, everyday life just slaps this permanent smile on my face. Plus, the nice "words of advice" he gives to little Smelly always cracks me up. But the [...]

    14. 3.5 starsThat was rather sweet. A bit tidy, but not all YA novels need to be horrifying and wrenching. The story takes us through the main character's freshman year of high school. He's smart but not incredibly popular, has a crush on a girl he's too afraid to talk to, and is finding that his group of childhood buddies is growing apart (that's OK-most of them are dummies. And that Kyle? What a tool). Mostly, his experiences are the normal growing pains of a person starting high school. The story [...]

    15. I noticed this was re-released recently for some reason and was like, "oh, I have that book! It was written like 10 years ago! Maybe I should read it!" And so I did. This book is pretty unremarkable, very generic high school experience, but kind of an interesting callback to when it was okay to write books like that, without them being gimmicky/high-concept. That said, not a lot happens, and while the POV is funny enough in a dad joke sort of way, I'm not sure why this story needed to be told. A [...]

    16. This book might not have been geared toward me (older teenage female), but I loved it. Scott is just beginning high school, complete with all its pitfalls, scary upperclassmen, pretty girls, loyal and not-so-loyal friends, homework, weird teachers, and everything else. And on top of all that, his parents are expecting another baby. David Lubar's narration (through Scott) is witty, wise, and spot-on without being stereotypical. Scott's various problems and discoveries about the beautiful Julia, t [...]

    17. For the penultimate quarter of the school year, I read the realistic fiction novel Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie by David Lubar, published in 2005. In this book the main character, Scott, has just started his freshman year of high school. He's always been Bobby's younger brother, but now his mom is pregnant and he's getting a baby sibling of his own. And he's not too happy about it. Not to mention the stacks of homework, the crushes, and the friendship issues that go along with high school life. I [...]

    18. As a teenager, this was my favorite book for a while. It’s fun to go back and re-read and remember all the reasons I liked it in the first place.

    19. This book was hilarious! I really liked Scott, a reader who proved you didn't have to fit in just one place. I will DEFINITELY read Sophomores and Other Oxymorons. 4.5 stars

    20. I read the book Sleeping Freshman Never Lie by David Lubar. This realistic fiction book is easily relatable to people with younger siblings and many young adults. It involves bullies, drama, heartbreak, and admiration. This story is excellently crafted and uses different forms of writing to give great detail and humor. Even though this book has a lot of humor, it also mixes in a lot of other emotions too. Overall, I greatly enjoyed this book.One of the great things the author does in this story [...]

    21. Scott is a high school freshman who has just learned his mother is pregnant. He's also a high school freshman, and he details his life in a sort of how-to-survive-life narrative aimed at his future sibling. Dealing with moving past old friendships, making new friends, and romantic relationships, Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie covers a lot of ground.I enjoyed this book and think it has something nice to offer teens. It's not anything particularly original, but it's entertaining and interesting. Scot [...]

    22. Scott hudson begins the next chapter in his life at J.P Zenger high school. First thing he notices is the sheer beauty of Julia Baskins. She had changed a lot over the summer and in Scott's opinion in a very good way. Scott spends every morning with a boy name Louden who's nickname is mouth because he talks way to much. Scott is disappointed when he has no classes with his 3 best friends Mitch, Kyle, and Patrick. Scott doesn't have any classes with his best friends because Scott is taking all le [...]

    23. If you really like surprises then sleeping Freshman Never Lie is the book for you. I was satisfied with this book because the main character relates to me because he kept it real, he was very successful,he was in many different programs and activities at his school, and he was very caring for others even though they weren't friends or whether he liked them or not.I gave it five stars because the book was very interesting at the beginning it was kind of boring but just like you don't judge a book [...]

    24. "Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie" is about young Scott Hudson trying to survive his first year of high school and also tries to attract the attention of his crush, the number 1 beautiful freshmen, Julia. If dealing with school activities and growing isn't stressful enough,Scott is found out from his mom that she's pregnant. Trying to make all of this manageable, Scott writes down tips for getting through daily life and high school for his unborn brother. One character I can relate to in the book is [...]

    25. In Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie, Scott is about to enter high school. He tries to impress Julia while his friends slowly drift apart, and worst of all, his mother is pregnant. He decides to write a survival manual for his future sibling.I loved this book, because it was pretty relatable to me. When I started middle school, I started to move away from my old friends into a new friend group, just like what Scott did. Thankfully, this didn't happen to me again in high school. When Scott said, “I w [...]

    26. HumorBccb Blue Ribbon Fiction BooksMichigan's Thumbs-Up Award, 2006 YALSA Best Books for Young Adults, 20064/5 Stars6-7th GradeSleeping Freshman Never Lie is a humorous, yet insightful look at a male’s first year in high school. The protagonist (Scott) is the humor and wit behind the story. I fell in love with Scott when he said, “I’d just spent a year in eighth grade, towering over the short ones. Okay-that was an exaggeration. I only towered over the short ones” (Lubar 11). The charact [...]

    27. I put this book in the Book Challenge category "something you normally would never consider reading." By that it means, I pulled it off because the title was interesting, the cover looked a little off my general taste, and I checked it out without reading any synopsis. (I rarely do that!) I was wary of what various things I might encounter that I don't, well, like to encounter. And I had little to worry in that respect. It was not chick-lit or mindless drivel. It actually had a lot of depth to i [...]

    28. A charming, witty, lighthearted but intelligent little novel. Despite being eighteen and in my senior year, this year is my first in a public high school as well, so I found Scott's experience oddly relatable in that (small) aspect. Scott's character was thoroughly likable. He's the writer I would have killed to be at his age, he's intelligent, and he actually has quite a lot of integrity and is fairly sweet. I loved all the literary allusions he made (Ender's Game, The Princess Bride, Tuck Ever [...]

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