The Fourth Stall by Chris Rylander
Mac and his best friend Vince have a buisness that they run from the fourth stall in the boys bathroom. He and his business manager Vince, are trying to save their money for tickets to the first "Chicago Cubs World Series". If you have a problem and no one else can help, Mac can, as long as you can pay him.
Mac has a booming business until a third grader named Fred, comes to him with a problem. He needs protection from a high school crime boss named Staples. No one wants to mess with Staples, but Mac wants to take the case even though Vince, his business manager is against it. He doesn't want to let Fred down, but there are all the bullies that work for Staples to deal with in addition to Staples. How could a third grader get so in involved in something where he needs protection from someone? Mac and Vince take the case but worry about their own safety and how can Fred possibly pay them for this service?
This book deals with friendship, bullies, sports and much more. Can Vince and Mac remain friends when Mac suspects Vince of taking money that they have saved for the Cubs game?
Can Mac handle the high school bullies that come after him? Who is giving Staples secret info about Mac and Vince?