But that doesn't mean anyone likes him back. Maybe it's because he's not so good at Seven in Heaven, or because he always manages to say the wrong thing. His best friend isn't much help, and his dad can't even seem to stay married, so what good would his advice be?
Unlike in basketball, there are no do-overs in life or in love. Which is either really scary or really awesome, depending on how you look at it.
Level 3.7, 4 Points
|Grouped Work ID||1f3f35d7-e229-f64e-c6c0-ef403fc71fa0|
|Grouping Title||do over|
|Grouping Author||vail rachel|
|Last Grouping Update||2018-10-10 01:06:21AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-11 02:48:07AM|
|available_at_mcvsd||SD51 Fruita Middle School|
|detailed_location_mcvsd||SD51 Fruita MS Fiction|
|display_description||Thirteen-year-old Whitman has to deal with the anger he feels towards his father when his parents separate, his own interest in several girls, and the heady feeling of acting in his first play.|
|owning_library_mcvsd||Mesa County Valley School Dist. 51|
|owning_location_mcvsd||SD51 Fruita Middle School|
|subject_facet||Fathers and sons -- Juvenile fiction|
|title_full||Do-over / Rachel Vail|
|topic_facet||Fathers and sons|