Books by William D. McCants

MUCH ADO ABOUT PROM NIGHT by William D. McCants
FICTION
Released: June 1, 1995

"Readers will love this temporary transfer to Luna High. (Fiction. 12+)"
McCants (Anything Can Happen in High School (and it usually does), 1993) constructs a modern high school setting, douses it with retro naãvetÇ, and casts some intelligent, near-squeaky clean heroes and heroines. Read full book review >
CHILDREN'S
Released: Oct. 1, 1993

"No surprises in this first novel (except that the hardcover's tidy trim size is the same as the paperback's), but sunny and readable, with a dash of social concern and funny repartee. (Fiction. 11-15)"
Gossamer-thin suburban comedy, set in idyllic southern California, about a teenager who can't decide whether to stay with his true friends or join the in-crowd. T.J. Durant is smarting: after three glorious months, luscious, well-connected classmate Janet Brooks has dropped him for student body Pres David Whitworth, ``a guy whose hair has never needed combing.'' Vivian ``Take No Prisoners'' Chandler, a friend since grade school, firmly snags him on the rebound, but when T.J. founds a school club and appears on the evening news after a successful fund-raiser, Janet comes trotting back. Read full book review >