The Enderson brothers-Scott, Chris, Otto, and Ryan-dominate the social scene and bring excitement to the uneventful town of Plainville. They are well-known and well-liked-most of the time. Their loyalty to each other is indestructible until one brother drifts into the wrong crowd. Then there's Alex, the family's youngest child and only daughter, who is constantly battling the reputation established by her brothers. The Enderson parents work long hours and often leave their kids home alone. While the brothers enjoy their teenage freedom, Alex deals with the frustrations of youth without a positive female role model. She is constantly reminded that someday she will become a mature woman, boys will like her, and she'll look back at her youth and laugh. Looking forward to the future doesn't help Alex conquer her current problems. By age fourteen, Alex believes the most difficult part of growing up is over. She's still no beauty queen, but nonetheless blossoms into an attractive young woman. After a revelation by the outcast brother, the family is divided. Dad has to remind all the kids who's really in charge despite the devastating consequences. Will the Enderson family ever be the close-knit group they once were?... mini-accomplishments, because no matter how well she wrote or how fast she swam, one of her brothers could always write better or swim faster. They would read her essay and say something like, aOh, how cute, a or aThata#39;s really good, littleanbsp;...
|Title||:||Alex and the Enderson Brothers|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2006-07-01|