Individual Author Record
Name: Andy BehrensPen Name: None Genre: Fiction Audience: Young Adult; Children; Born:
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Illinois ConnectionBehrens lives in Chicago.
Biographical and Professional InformationBehrens has written young adult novels and for the ''Chicago Reader'', ''Chicago Sports Review'', ''Flak'' magazine, ''NBA.com'' and ''ESPN.com''. He currently writes for Yahoo! Sports, providing fantasy football and fantasy baseball coverage as the editor of the site’s Roto Arcade Blog. In 2008, he received an award from the Fantasy Sports Writers Association for Baseball’s Best Print Article.
- All the Way, Dutton , 2006Beauty and the Bully, Dutton, 2008Sex Drive, Speak, 2008The Fast and the Furriest, Knopf, 2010
Selected Titles At Your Library
All the way /
ISBN: 0525477616. OCLC Number: Dutton Books,. New York :. ©2006. Hoping to have sex for the first time with a girl he has met on the Internet, seventeen-year-old Ian drives with his two best friends from Illinois to South Carolina.
Beauty and the bully /
ISBN: 0525478981. OCLC Number: Dutton Books,. New York :. 2008. Hoping to attract a beautiful student activist who is the long-time object of his unrequited crush, Duncan Boone, lead guitarist in a rock band, enlists the help of a school bully whose sister wants to be in the band even though she is the worst guitar player in the universe.
Sex drive /
ISBN: 0142412600. OCLC Number: . . Hoping to have sex for the first time with a girl he has met on the Internet, seventeen-year-old Ian drives with his two best friends from Illinois to South Carolina.
The fast and the furriest /
ISBN: 0375859225. OCLC Number: Alfred A. Knopf,. New York :. 2010. The overweight and unathletic son of a famous former football star discovers that his equally fat and lazy dog is unexpectedly--and obsessively--interested in competing in dog agility contests.