How Not to Run for Class President

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  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • How Not to Run for Class President
  • Catherine A. Hapka
  • 01 February 2019
  • 1101933623

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10 thoughts on “How Not to Run for Class President

  1. Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book* Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book* says:

    Hapka, Cathy and Ellen Titlebaum How NOT to Run for President, EARLY READER, 48 pgs Random House, 2016 3.99 Content G Will is in 3rd grade His brother Steve is in Kindergarten It s class election time, and Chelsea who is running for class president wants to start a read to the kindergartners program Will spends enough time with his little brother and wants nothing to do with Steve at school He says he d rather run for president himself than follow Chelsea s idea When Steve overhe Hapka, Cathy and Ellen Titlebaum How NOT to Run for President, EARLY READER, 48 pgs Random House, 2016 3.99 Content G Will is in 3rd grade His brother Steve is in Kindergarten It s class election time, and Chelsea who is running for class president wants to start a read to the kindergartners program Will spends enough time with his little brother and wants nothing to do with Steve at school He says he d rather run for president himself than follow Chelsea s idea When Steve overhears that Will is running for class president, he takes over as campaign manager and makes all sorts of unrealistic promises to the kids who would vote for Will Can Will get out of this before he s stuck in an office he doesn t want Splendidly illustrated, this fun early reader looks at both sibling rivalry and the election process I fun and funny story EL K 3 ESSENTIAL Lisa Librarianhttp kissthebook.blogspot.com 2016

  2. Alex Alex says:

    Will is a normal third grader with an annoying kindergarten brother When a girl in his class, Chelsea, wants to run for class president and have their class be reading buddies with kindergarten, Will feels that the only way to stop it is to try to be class president himself Even though he really does not want to, his kindergarten brother, Steve, is determined to help him become third grade president Unfortunately, Will finds that his brother promises impossible things to make third graders wa Will is a normal third grader with an annoying kindergarten brother When a girl in his class, Chelsea, wants to run for class president and have their class be reading buddies with kindergarten, Will feels that the only way to stop it is to try to be class president himself Even though he really does not want to, his kindergarten brother, Steve, is determined to help him become third grade president Unfortunately, Will finds that his brother promises impossible things to make third graders want to vote for Will Will must decide whether or not to go along with the deceitful politics, or make things right.I really enjoyed this story by Catherine A Hapka It is easy to get caught up in the moment and say things you didn t mean Poor Will is on a roller coaster ride of a campaign that he can t figure out how to stop until the end The book is a really quick read, and I could see second through fourth graders enjoying this book

  3. Lisa Lisa says:

    Will is in 3rd grade His brother Steve is in Kindergarten It s class election time, and Chelsea who is running for class president wants to start a read to the kindergartners program Will spends enough time with his little brother and wants nothing to do with Steve at school He says he d rather run for president himself than follow Chelsea s idea When Steve overhears that Will is running for class president, he takes over as campaign manager and makes all sorts of unrealistic promises t Will is in 3rd grade His brother Steve is in Kindergarten It s class election time, and Chelsea who is running for class president wants to start a read to the kindergartners program Will spends enough time with his little brother and wants nothing to do with Steve at school He says he d rather run for president himself than follow Chelsea s idea When Steve overhears that Will is running for class president, he takes over as campaign manager and makes all sorts of unrealistic promises to the kids who would vote for Will Can Will get out of this before he s stuck in an office he doesn t want Splendidly illustrated, this fun early reader looks at both sibling rivalry and the election process I fun and funny story Cross posted to CHECK IT OUT

  4. Barbara Barbara says:

    Third grader Will loves his little brother Steve, but he also finds him extremely annoying After learning that his classmate, Chelsea, plans to get the third graders involved in a project with the kindergarten class, Will has had enough brotherly involvement and throws his hat into the ring for the class election As it turns out, Steve insists on running his brother s campaign and turns out to be quite a campaign manager The only problem is that Steve makes promises that Will can never keep, Third grader Will loves his little brother Steve, but he also finds him extremely annoying After learning that his classmate, Chelsea, plans to get the third graders involved in a project with the kindergarten class, Will has had enough brotherly involvement and throws his hat into the ring for the class election As it turns out, Steve insists on running his brother s campaign and turns out to be quite a campaign manager The only problem is that Steve makes promises that Will can never keep, promises that turn the tide of the election and almost insure that Will will be elected In the end, of course, Will does the right thing, and readers learn six important tips about class elections along with Will The text and illustrations will keep elementary grade readers engaged and reading happily as they fly through the pages to see how things turn out

  5. Keshia Keshia says:

    Cute Good life lessons for kids and adults to learn.

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10 thoughts on “How Not to Run for Class President

  1. Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book* Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book* says:

    Hapka, Cathy and Ellen Titlebaum How NOT to Run for President, EARLY READER, 48 pgs Random House, 2016 3.99 Content G Will is in 3rd grade His brother Steve is in Kindergarten It s class election time, and Chelsea who is running for class president wants to start a read to the kindergartners program Will spends enough time with his little brother and wants nothing to do with Steve at school He says he d rather run for president himself than follow Chelsea s idea When Steve overhe Hapka, Cathy and Ellen Titlebaum How NOT to Run for President, EARLY READER, 48 pgs Random House, 2016 3.99 Content G Will is in 3rd grade His brother Steve is in Kindergarten It s class election time, and Chelsea who is running for class president wants to start a read to the kindergartners program Will spends enough time with his little brother and wants nothing to do with Steve at school He says he d rather run for president himself than follow Chelsea s idea When Steve overhears that Will is running for class president, he takes over as campaign manager and makes all sorts of unrealistic promises to the kids who would vote for Will Can Will get out of this before he s stuck in an office he doesn t want Splendidly illustrated, this fun early reader looks at both sibling rivalry and the election process I fun and funny story EL K 3 ESSENTIAL Lisa Librarianhttp kissthebook.blogspot.com 2016


  2. Alex Alex says:

    Will is a normal third grader with an annoying kindergarten brother When a girl in his class, Chelsea, wants to run for class president and have their class be reading buddies with kindergarten, Will feels that the only way to stop it is to try to be class president himself Even though he really does not want to, his kindergarten brother, Steve, is determined to help him become third grade president Unfortunately, Will finds that his brother promises impossible things to make third graders wa Will is a normal third grader with an annoying kindergarten brother When a girl in his class, Chelsea, wants to run for class president and have their class be reading buddies with kindergarten, Will feels that the only way to stop it is to try to be class president himself Even though he really does not want to, his kindergarten brother, Steve, is determined to help him become third grade president Unfortunately, Will finds that his brother promises impossible things to make third graders want to vote for Will Will must decide whether or not to go along with the deceitful politics, or make things right.I really enjoyed this story by Catherine A Hapka It is easy to get caught up in the moment and say things you didn t mean Poor Will is on a roller coaster ride of a campaign that he can t figure out how to stop until the end The book is a really quick read, and I could see second through fourth graders enjoying this book


  3. Lisa Lisa says:

    Will is in 3rd grade His brother Steve is in Kindergarten It s class election time, and Chelsea who is running for class president wants to start a read to the kindergartners program Will spends enough time with his little brother and wants nothing to do with Steve at school He says he d rather run for president himself than follow Chelsea s idea When Steve overhears that Will is running for class president, he takes over as campaign manager and makes all sorts of unrealistic promises t Will is in 3rd grade His brother Steve is in Kindergarten It s class election time, and Chelsea who is running for class president wants to start a read to the kindergartners program Will spends enough time with his little brother and wants nothing to do with Steve at school He says he d rather run for president himself than follow Chelsea s idea When Steve overhears that Will is running for class president, he takes over as campaign manager and makes all sorts of unrealistic promises to the kids who would vote for Will Can Will get out of this before he s stuck in an office he doesn t want Splendidly illustrated, this fun early reader looks at both sibling rivalry and the election process I fun and funny story Cross posted to CHECK IT OUT


  4. Barbara Barbara says:

    Third grader Will loves his little brother Steve, but he also finds him extremely annoying After learning that his classmate, Chelsea, plans to get the third graders involved in a project with the kindergarten class, Will has had enough brotherly involvement and throws his hat into the ring for the class election As it turns out, Steve insists on running his brother s campaign and turns out to be quite a campaign manager The only problem is that Steve makes promises that Will can never keep, Third grader Will loves his little brother Steve, but he also finds him extremely annoying After learning that his classmate, Chelsea, plans to get the third graders involved in a project with the kindergarten class, Will has had enough brotherly involvement and throws his hat into the ring for the class election As it turns out, Steve insists on running his brother s campaign and turns out to be quite a campaign manager The only problem is that Steve makes promises that Will can never keep, promises that turn the tide of the election and almost insure that Will will be elected In the end, of course, Will does the right thing, and readers learn six important tips about class elections along with Will The text and illustrations will keep elementary grade readers engaged and reading happily as they fly through the pages to see how things turn out


  5. Keshia Keshia says:

    Cute Good life lessons for kids and adults to learn.


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