|| “Boys aren’t too interested in
weddings.” That’s what 6th grader, Archer Magill says,
despite the fact that he has already been in two. We first
meet Archer after the wedding of two of his role-models
(his uncle and his favorite teacher), but we won’t hear
that story until later. Instead, we get to reminisce along
with him about the first wedding he was in as a first
grader and what a “train wreck” that was due to a rather
embarrassing wardrobe malfunction (involving a lack of
underwear). We get to watch Archer navigate through his
fifth grade year with all of its ups and downs with lots
of humor, some heartache, and more love than anything
else. A heartwarming and wholesome story that will leave
the reader feeling satisfied and content. As for that
second wedding? Archer managed to stay fully dressed for
that one. He was the best man, after all. (New
Hampshire Great Stone Face Award nominee,
|SUBJECTS: Family life -- Fiction.
Gays -- Fiction.
Role models -- Fiction.
Schools -- Fiction.
Weddings -- Fiction.