Bradley, who lives with his mom, sister, aunt, and grandmother, is your average baseball-obsessed sixth-grader. Except there's nothing average about Bradley's looks. He's incredibly handsome-- "babelicious," according to the girls in his class. And when he's unexpectedly offered the chance to earn big money by modeling for a local department store, he shrugs off his reservations about such a "wimpy" profession. He can finally step into the role of man of the house by helping to pay the bills-- even if it means having his picture plastered on the biggest billboard in town. And that's when the trouble begins, because it's easy to get bigheaded when you're twenty feet tall.