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  • Pedro for President

    Fran Manushkin, Tammie Lyon

    Library Binding (Picture Window Books, Aug. 1, 2016)
    Pedro and his friend Katie Woo are both running for class president. Pedro knows he can do great things for his class, if only he gets past that speech! A glossary and discussion questions make this early reader from Fran Manushikin a great choice for libraries.
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  • Nutty for President

    Dean Hughes

    Hardcover (Yearling, Feb. 1, 1986)
    A fifth-grade boy running for school president is forced to make some important decisions regarding the amount of manipulation he should allow from his "genius" campaign manager.
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  • Smek for President!

    Adam Rex, Bahni Turpin

    Audio CD (Listening Library (Audio), Feb. 10, 2015)
    In this much anticipated sequel to The True Meaning of Smekday, Tip and J.Lo are back for another hilarious intergalactic adventure. And this time (and last time, and maybe next time), they want to make things right with the Boov.After Tip and J.Lo banished the Gorg from Earth in a scheme involving the cloning of many, many cats, the pair is notorious-but not for their heroics. Instead, human Dan Landry has taken credit for conquering the Gorg, and the Boov blame J.Lo for ruining their colonization of the planet. Determined to clear his name, J.Lo and Tip pack into Slushious, a Chevy that J.Lo has engineered into a fairly operational spaceship, and head to New Boovworld, the aliens' new home on one of Saturn's moons.But their welcome isn't quite as warm as Tip and J.Lo would have liked. J.Lo is dubbed Public Enemy Number One, and Captain Smek knows that capturing the alien is the only way he'll stand a chance in the Boovs' first-ever presidential election.With the help of a friendly flying billboard named Bill, a journey through various garbage chutes, a bit of time travel, and a slew of hilarious Boovish accents, Tip and J.Lo must fight to set the record straight-and return home in once piece. Includes a PDF of the Author's Illustrations!
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  • Soup for President

    Robert Newton Peck

    Paperback (Knopf Books for Young Readers, Nov. 17, 1998)
    "Who will Robert vote for when his best friend, Soup, and his girlfriend are running for class president? Peck's folksy humor is at its best here: even readers who don't usually read this sort of book will enjoy Soup. Set in rural Vermont during the 1930's."--School Library Journey
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  • Soup for President

    Robert Newton Peck

    Paperback (Yearling, March 15, 1803)
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  • Jia for President

    Deborah Williams, Toney Designz

    Paperback (TheDeborahWilliams, Nov. 14, 2016)
    Little Jia learns how to think and act like a world leader, because she is destined for presidency. She excitedly learns about world cultures in addition to her own Asian culture, in preparation for her destiny. Kids for President is an endearing and delightful picture book series that delivers to children an encouraging message of excellent character, leadership development, self-discipline, and self-acceptance.
  • DINAH FOR PRESIDENT

    Claudia Mills

    Paperback (Aladdin, Oct. 1, 1994)
    Dinah Seabrooke, now in her first year of middle school, struggles to become a big fish in what seems like an ocean--and in the process discovers the value of recycling and of friendship with the elderly
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  • DINAH FOR PRESIDENT

    Claudia Mills

    Hardcover (Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, May 29, 1992)
    Dinah Seabrooke, an important person in her elementary school, faces a whole new world at John F. Kennedy Middle School and sets out to establish her power by winning the sixth-grade class presidency. By the author of Dynamite Dinah.
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  • Luke for President

    Deborah Williams, Toney Designz

    Paperback (Deborah Williams, Nov. 14, 2016)
    Luke is determined to be the president, despite the physical challenge of a missing limb. Luke can do anything that he determines in his mind to do. An endearing and delightful picture book series that delivers to children an encouraging message of excellent character, leadership development, self-discipline, and self-acceptance.
  • Dilly For President

    Cynthia Copeland

    Paperback (Millbrook Press, Aug. 13, 2004)
    In her journal, Dilly describes her campaign for president of the fourth-grade class, and how she learns to deal with the responsibilities when she wins the election.
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  • Nutty for President

    Dean Hughes

    Mass Market Paperback (Bantam, March 15, 1986)
    The new Nurd in Class. One look at the new kid eating in the school cafeteria and everyone agrees: William Bilks is a nurd. But Nutty and his friends are in for a big surprise. Because William is really a genius in disguise- even if he does say so himself- and he is going to prove it by making Nutty the school's first fifth-grade student council president. Still, can even a genius change Nutty from a class clown to model student in only two weeks? One thing is certain: Before he's through, William will turn the whole school upside down.
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  • Katie for President

    Martha Tolles

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, Oct. 1, 1988)
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