DC trip: a novel
Alicia Deats is a new teacher chaperoning her very first high school trip to Washington DC, and nothing could be more terrifying than a class full of horny, backstabbing, boundary-pushing teenagers under her watch. To make matters worse, she embarrassed herself with her co-chaperone Bryan Kenner with one too many margaritas and an ill-placed vomiting incident at last year's teacher mixer and is hoping this trip can be a fresh start for them.
Alicia believes in positive reinforcement and trust to keep her students out of trouble, but best friend high school sophomores Gertie, Sivan, and Rachel have a different idea: they plan to take full advantage of the un-parented freedom that a trip to DC offers.
DC TRIP by novelist-comedian Sara Benincasa is an honest and irreverent journey of sexual confusion, bar shots, drag queens, and pot cookies in the Rose Garden.
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|Full title||dc trip|
|Last Update||2017-12-19 00:15:28AM|
|Last Indexed||2018-06-19 00:15:07AM|
|detailed_location_school||Overton High - Teen Fiction|
|display_description||Alicia Deats is a new teacher chaperoning her very first high school trip to Washington DC. Alicia believes in positive reinforcement and trust to keep her students out of trouble, but best friend high school sophomores Gertie, Sivan, and Rachel have a different idea: they plan to take full advantage of the un-parented freedom that a trip to DC offers.|
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|record_details||ils:CARL0000679197|Book|Books||English|Adaptive Books, an imprint of Adaptive Studios,||293 p. ; 22 cm.|
|subject_facet||Cooperating teachers -- Fiction, High School sophomores -- Fiction, Humorous fiction, Role models -- Fiction, School field trips -- Fiction, Supervisors -- Fiction, Washington (D.C.) -- Fiction|
|title_display||DC trip : a novel|
|title_full||DC trip : a novel/ Sara Benincasa|
|title_short||DC trip :|
|topic_facet||Cooperating teachers, High School sophomores, Role models, School field trips, Supervisors|