Woodsies come a long way in two seasonsfrom clueless beginner to one of the team leaders. The Wings, now Peewees, have come a long way, too. Even the national title doesnt seem too much to hope foras long as they set their sights straight.But someone on the team has a problem with straightnessto chill his nerves he turns to a little drug use, and threatens to send the Wings hopes up in smoke. Woodsie returns as narrator of the final Wings novel to reply to some hard questions with some even harder answers.Finally, a respected author has stepped in to up the standard of writing in a much-read genre. The Horn BookBrookss knowledge and love of the sport, and his respect for his audience and athletes, come through on every page. . . .
Used availability for Bruce Brooks's Woodsie, Again
March 2001 : USA Library Binding
May 1999 : USA Library Binding
April 1999 : USA Paperback