Spud
Spud
Spud
John van de Ruit
In 1990, thirteen-year-old John "Spud" Milton, a prepubescent choirboy, keeps a diary of his first year at an elite, boys-only boarding school in South Africa, as he deals with bizarre housemates, wild crushes, and embarrassing parents.

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Genre: 

  • Fiction
  • Juvenile Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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John Milton soon finds a new world through his scholarship to boarding school. He spends his five work days away from home, and returns to his psychotic parents on the weekends. As a fourteen year-old boy, "Spud" Milton acquires friends and enemies alike; including several simultaneous girlfriends. Spud deals with birthday punishments and death threats each day, new ways to life's challenges appearing right after he needs them.

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