Timothy was trying to help his mother pay for his brother’s medicine by doing something wrong. To avoid going to juvie, Timothy is sentenced to house arrest. He must meet with this probation officer and a guidance counselor weekly as well as write in a journal for a year.
House Arrest is written in journal form where readers will see the insight of Timothy. How he feels about the new day nurse who helps take care of his little brother or how mad he is at his dad for leaving when things got tough. Though his intentions were good, Timothy must understand why what he did was wrong.