Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie

David Lubar

A guide to surviving High School

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"Keep away from seniors. Keep away from juniors. It's probably a good idea to avoid sophomores, too."


Scott is a normal geek who is about to start his first year of high school. His gets even more complicated when his mom tells him that he is going to be a big brother. Throughout the book Scott, goes through life's problems without any trouble. Along with all the pressures of being in high school are the usual events Scott has to face such as: not getting killed by the football team, fitting in,and getting a girl to notice him. This book is a guide on how to survive high school, by Scott.

Coming of age

Coming of age is of big focus in this book. In the story Scott realizes that the real world isn't all its cracked up to be, that is a dark and dirty place that will be you to your knees and keep you there if you let it. Scott has to choose, either to stay a wimpy kid afraid of the real world and all its problems or he could grow up and take responsibility. He has to grow up because his parents are going to need all the help they can get with having a baby and all.


" I absolutely loved it, it reminded me of my high school days," says NFL super Star Aaron Rodgers. People of all ages enjoy this book. 4 out of 5 Americans said they loved this book. One student said," I liked it a lot. It helped see that my high school wasn't near as bad as his was. It was a light in the distance and helped me get through high school without a scratch." There you have it folks, get your copy of Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie if you ever want to get through high school alive.

Rhetorical Appeals

Pathos: This used through the picture of the family in a hill. This appeals to the readers emotion by making them warm inside and happy. Then the reader starts to imagine his or her family in the picture and then they are hooked into reading the book.

Ethos: This used by the credibility of Aaron Rodgers saying that he loved it too, and he is grown man who is in the NFL.

Advertising techniques

Testimonial: This is shown by Aaron Rodgers opinion of the book.

Facts: This is advertised by the facts about how 4 out 5 Americans like the book.