A Midsummer Night's Dork by Carol Gorman

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Life as a sixth-grade dork:
comedy or tragedy?

Now that Jerry Flack is sixth-grade class president, he can't wait to come up with cool things for his class. In order to raise money, Jerry and his friends decide to put to use what they're learning about Shakespeare and host an Elizabethan festival.

But before he knows what has happened, Jerry's gotten himself into a terrible mess with the one boy who will do anything to make him look like a dork. And when Jerry decides to help a new friend rise from the all-too-familiar depths of dorkdom, the social scene at school gets more complicated than ever. Can Jerry get out of a jam without turning himself into the biggest dork in town?


About Carol Gorman

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Carol Gorman is the author of many books for young readers, including Dork In Disguise, Dork on the Run, and A Midsummer Night's Dork. Ms. Gorman lives with her husband, writer Ed Gorman, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where she also teaches at Coe College.
Published March 1, 2004 by HarperCollins. 224 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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""What dorks these mortals be."" Such is one of the lessons of sixth-grade life in A Midsummer Night's Dork by Carol Gorman, which follows Dork in Disguise and Dork on the Run.

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