We Could Be Heroes
True. Hank Hudson almost burned down the whole school—but it wasn’t his fault. He was only trying to destroy the sad book his teacher wouldn’t stop reading, and that was only because the story kept sucking him into the scary autism place that shatters his body, making everything spikey, heavy and overwhelming.
But newcomer Maisie Huang doesn’t know that. For her, Hank’s infamous deed is proof that Hank is just the kid to help her steal her neighbor’s dog, Booler, who remains chained day and night to a tree. Working together Hank and Maisie create a friendship that stretches them both, a friendship born of difference, imagination, and a commitment to being the heroes of not only Booler’s story, but their own.
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Teen Girls’ Comedic Monologues That Are Actually Funny
This cutting-edge collection is specifically for teen girls who need the extra bang to land the perfect comedic role. Teen Girls’ Comedic Monologues That Are Actually Funny features monologues by writers and comics who have written and/or performed for Comedy Central, Backstage magazine, NBC, Huffington Post, The Onion, Second City, E!, and many more.
Margaret Finnegan’s monologue, “Help Me, Obi-Wan Kenobi,” proves it’s not easy growing up a princess…and a rebel. Buy the book.