24 Girls in 7 Days by Alex Bradley

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Jack Grammar, average American senior, has no date to the prom. Or so he thinks. Percy and Natalie, Jack's so-called best friends, posted an ad in the classified section of the online version of the school newspaper. They figured it couldn't hurt-after all, there's not much in this world sadder than Jack's love life. Soon Percy and Natalie have assembled a list of girls eager to go to the prom with Jack, including one mysterious girl known only as FancyPants. He has just seven days to meet and date them before he will ask one special girl to the prom.
Newcomer Alex Bradley shares a fresh and funny boy perspective in a genre dominated by girls. With snappy dialogue and hip, smart writing, this is a hilarious take on the trauma and pageantry that is prom.


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Alex Bradley lives in Iowa City, Iowa. He sometimes talks to and writes about his food.
Published February 3, 2005 by Dutton Juvenile. 256 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Young Adult, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Self-described dork Jack Grammar can’t talk to girls, let alone find a prom date, so his friends Natalie and Percy help his cause by placing a personal ad in the school newspaper.

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When Jack finally musters up the courage to ask his crush Pamela to the prom, he blows it big time --- from his introductory salutation, "Hee," to his comment about "the fantastic transgenic forces of springtime."

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