The peace of Homeroom 434 is broken when Coach Talbot thinks a member has stolen his playbook, other students refuse to talk to one another, and twins Casey and Cathy spread nasty rumors
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This one's in big trouble. Classmates must band together to find Coach Talbot's stolen playbook in order to eradicate the F's they've all received as conduct grades. It's going to be hard for readers to muster much concern for the dilemmas of these flat characters. They are a collection of stereotypes whose predictable escapades are told in prose reminiscent of yearbook copy. It is alarming when Tamara, one of the heroines, absolves her boyfriend of any responsibility for his mistakes simply because she's grateful to have him back and, "it was not fun being angry with Eddie." Yikes! This fluff is too disembodied from reality to engage its intended readers.
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Book Description Homeroom, 1988. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110590419757
Book Description Homeroom, 1988. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0590419757