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  • Smek for President

    Adam Rex

    eBook (Bloomsbury Children's Books, Feb. 12, 2015)
    J.Lo made a gargantuan mistake and the Boov were banished from Earth. Now he is hated by them all. But certain that his fellow aliens will forgive him, J.Lo journeys to New Boovland to prove his loyalty to them. With the sharp eye and stealth of his human friend Gratuity, can J.Lo really go head-to-head for power with the supreme HighBoov Captain Smek – and win?This brilliant, original comic sci-fi adventure from New York Times bestselling author Adam Rex gives us more of the madcap antics and laugh-out-loud lines that we loved about The True Meaning of Smekday, the book that inspired the major motion picture HOME
  • Grace for President

    Kelly S. DiPucchio, LeUyen Pham

    Hardcover (Hyperion Book CH, Feb. 26, 2008)
    "Where are the girls?" When Grace's teacher reveals that the United States has never had a female president, Grace decides to be the first. And she immediately starts off her political career as a candidate the school's mock election. But soon, she realizes that she has entered a tough race. Her popular opponent claims to be the "best man for the job"--and seems to have captured all the male votes--while Grace concentrates on being the best person. In this timely story, author Kelly DiPucchio not only gives readers a fun introduction to the American electoral system, but also teaches them the value of hard work, courage, and independent thought--and offers an inspiring example of how to choose our leaders.
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  • Avi for President

    Ann D. Koffsky

    Hardcover (Menucha Pub Inc, Aug. 1, 2018)
    Avi is a leader, so he's sure he'll be elected class president. But then his friend Yoni joins the race, and the class needs to vote for which candidate they want. Rebbe Gold warns Avi and Yoni not to say mean things about each other, and the boys promise not to. But it's a hard promise to keep as election fever heats up. Will the boys be able to keep their promise to their teacher? Join Avi and his friends for an enjoyable lesson on what elections and true friendship are all about.
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  • Soup for President

    Robert Newton Peck

    Paperback (Dell Yearling, March 15, 1900)
    Everyone in Miss Kelly's class is excited about the upcoming election for school president. The good news is that Rob's best friend, Soup, is the boys' candidate, and the bad news is that the girls' candidate is Rob's sweetheart, Norma Jean Bissell. Soup is sure he's a cinch to win with Rob as his campaign manager and schemes up some exciting and dangerous advertising, never thinking about the consequences. As the days go by, Rob's still not certain whom to vote for, especially when he receives a secret note from Norma Jean. The only thing he's certain of is no matter which way he votes he's going to be in big trouble!
  • Doll for President

    Katie Canty

    eBook (, July 14, 2016)
    My Fellow CitizensIt is our privilege to present to you Doll for President with the help of emojis. Thanks for voting!The author and chocolate chip cookie baker wants to believe that her mini-cookbook helped to win the last presidential election. Her hope is that the Doll for President book will help to win upcoming elections.
  • Max for President

    Jarrett J. Krosoczka

    Hardcover (Knopf Books for Young Readers, July 13, 2004)
    Max thinks that he would like to be class president.So does Kelly.But there can only be one president! Who will the class elect?Full of laughs and suspense, Max for President is a lively story of good sportsmanship—and a great way for kids to learn a little about elections, too!
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  • Grace for President

    Kelly S. DiPucchio, LeUyen Pham

    Hardcover (Hyperion Book CH, Feb. 26, 2008)
    "Where are the girls?" When Grace's teacher reveals that the United States has never had a female president, Grace decides to be the first. And she immediately starts off her political career as a candidate the school's mock election. But soon, she realizes that she has entered a tough race. Her popular opponent claims to be the "best man for the job"--and seems to have captured all the male votes--while Grace concentrates on being the best person. In this timely story, author Kelly DiPucchio not only gives readers a fun introduction to the American electoral system, but also teaches them the value of hard work, courage, and independent thought--and offers an inspiring example of how to choose our leaders.
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  • Patty for President

    Jean Davis Callaghan

    Paperback (Modern Publishing, )
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  • Vicka for President!

    Julie Bowe

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Aug. 1, 2016)
    Middleton Middle School is holding class elections and the sixth-grade's choice for president includes Henry, who's only running on a dare, and Annelise, who's only interested in being bossy. Victoria Torres can't help but think that a class president should try to improve the school and get people to work together, so she decides to throw her unfortunately average hat in the ring. But when the campaign turns dirty, Victoria can't help but wonder if shining as class president is even worth it?
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  • Soup for President

    Robert Newton Peck

    Hardcover (Knopf Books for Young Readers, Feb. 12, 1978)
    Everyone in Miss Kelly's class is excited about the upcoming election for school president. The good news is that Rob's best friend, Soup, is the boys' candidate, and the bad news is that the girls' candidate is Rob's sweetheart, Norma Jean Bissell.Soup is sure he's a cinch to win with Rob as his campaign manager and schemes up some exciting and dangerous advertising, never thinking about the consequences.As the days go by, Rob's still not certain whom to vote for, especially when he receives a secret note from Norma Jean. The only thing he's certain of is no matter which way he votes, he's going to be in big trouble!From the Trade Paperback edition.
  • Katie for President

    Martha Tolles

    Paperback (Scholastic, Oct. 6, 1988)
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  • Betty For President

    Justine Scire

    language (, Feb. 3, 2020)
    Betty is a spunky skunk with big dreams of being neighborhood president. She is smart, brave and an excellent problem solver. But not everyone thinks she should be president. Betty must be strong and believe in herself in order to achieve her dreams. Beautifully illustrated and heart-warming, Betty for President aims to empower kids to never give up and always BELIEVE in yourself.