This book takes place in crash's neibor hood and school in 2002 or so. He has a nice house and lives in a nice neibor hood. The school is 6th-7th grade.
John coogan a.k.a crash is a local football sensation. He has a stocky build. He has had football in his blood since he could walk. You could call him a bully but in my opinion he is a 7th grade sport minded boy. He got his nick name crash when he was a little kid. He got his first football helmet for Christmas from his dad. His uncle and his family came over and when his cousin was walking in the door he got in a three point stance and charged her. He hit her so hard she flew out of the door in to the snow, so his uncle called him crash; it stuck so he kept it.
This book was about crash he was the local jock and as you know jocks can be bullies but crash decided to change. When a nerdy kid moved in down the street, he found the perfect opportunity to bully him. Later he realised how much bullying some one can hurt them. So crash decided to change but was unsure. When he tried to stick up for Webb his friend got mad and stopped talking to crash.
From reading this book I learned that sticking up for somebody and being there for them will make them will make them feel much better. Even though your friends can be mad at you over something stupid like sticking up for somebody they will relies they were wrong for being mad and will get over it sooner than later.
I thought the book was really good I could sit down and stay interested for a long time. I usley cannot
stay interested in books but this one I could. What got me interested was that he plays football, I like football and I like to read about what I like.i would recommend this book to and one any age. [continues]
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