Annotations for Dork on the Run


Baker & Taylor
Having reluctantly agreed to run for sixth-grade president, Jerry, who has been trying to change his image as a dork, finds his opponent playing dirty tricks on him.

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Baker & Taylor
The middle school election has begun and, despite the fact that he is a geek, Jerry Flack is revved up for the race to be class president, in the amusing sequel to Dork in Disguise.

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HARPERCOLL

Jerry Flack can't forget that last year he was a dork.

But this year, in a new town, at a new school, things have gotten better. His social life isn't quite as embarrassing as it once was. In fact, he feels almost normal. That is, until he thinks about running for class president.

At first it seems like a great idea -- being in the Student government might even be cool. But before Jerry can even decide to run, he discovers that he already has an opponent: someone willing to do almost anything to get Jerry not to run -- someone who wants to convince the whole class that no one wants a dork for president.

Is it worth the risk of running for class president if it means a return to the depths of dorkdom?



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