Morrow Junior Books, 1993
this title in hardback or in paperback
On the way home Brian was telling me about an idea he'd had to videotape the
performance and sell cassettes to everybody's families. I wasn't paying
very close attention, because I kept thinking about what Mrs. Teator had said -
if one of us didn't do what we'd promised, it would hurt everybody. The
Brian was talking about how much to charge for the videotapes when I noticed
the flyer attached to the telephone pole.
Uncle T. T.'s name and picture were in the middle. BANISH SATAN was
printed across the top in big red letters, and across the bottom, STOP
A Booklist Editors' Choice
* "Will strike a chord in many young readers.
Thoughtful, pithy, and entertaining, this will intrigue readers from cover to
cover." -- Booklist (starred review)