Friend Is Not a Verb by Daniel EhrenhaftFriend Is Not a Verb by Daniel Ehrenhaft

Friend Is Not a Verb

byDaniel Ehrenhaft

Hardcover | May 4, 2010

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You know things are bad when your dreams come with a washed-up '80s soundtrack

Henry "Hen" Birnbaum's sister, Sarah, missing for over a year, has come home unexpectedly, with no explanation at all. But he can't leave well enough alone; Hen needs to figure out why she disappeared, even if she won't tell him. It's not like he has anything better to do. His girlfriend just dumped him and kicked him out of their band. He can't play the bass worth crap anyway. His social life consists of night after night of VH1 marathons with his best friend and next-door neighbor, the neurotic Emma Wood.

Hen's sure the answers to Sarah's lost year lie with Gabriel Stern—Sarah's friend from college who also happens to be a twenty-two-year-old fugitive from the law and Hen's bass teacher . . . too bad he can't play bass worth crap either. A month into his quest, Hen has had countless consultations with Emma, watched approximately fifty-three reruns of Behind the Music, and made one new Facebook friend. Unfortunately, he's no closer to any revelations about his sister. The thing is, he's too distracted to notice it, but while Hen's been looking for all the answers, something mind-blowing happened: He got a life.

Daniel Ehrenhaft is the author of many books for teens, including the Edgar Award-winning Wessex Papers (under the pseudonym Daniel Parker),Dirty Laundry, andDrawing a Blank.
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Title:Friend Is Not a VerbFormat:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.89 inPublished:May 4, 2010Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0061131067

ISBN - 13:9780061131066

Appropriate for ages: 13 - 17

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“A sympathetic and hapless teen antihero who manages to retain his sense of humor even when the chips are way, way down. Carlton’s parallel black–and–white comics do a clever job. Fluffy, but with that spicy edge of a deep–thinking outsider.”