DINAH FOR PRESIDENT by Claudia Mills

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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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CLAUDIA MILLS has written dozens of books for children, most recently the novel" Trading Places" and the chapter book "Being Teddy Roosevelt," about which both "The Horn Book" and P"ublishers Weekly" declared, "Bully for Mills." Ms. Mills teaches philosophy at the University of Colorado in Boulder, where she lives with her family.
 
Published May 29, 1992 by Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing. 126 pages
Genres: Children's Books. Fiction

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The ebullient Dinah (Dynamite Dinah, 1990) wants to make as big a mark at JFK Middle School as she did in her old school;

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In this sequel to Dynamite Dinah , Dinah Seabrooke, now in sixth grade and determined to find her place in the big pond, runs for class president. At the same time, she is enlisted by her mother, an o

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Events conspire to force the engagingly egocentric Dinah to relinquish her beloved spotlight.

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In this follow-up to Dynamite Dinah and Dinah for President, the ever-spirited Dinah Seabrooke is publicity chairperson of the sixth-grade sock hop committee, dateless, and faced with the prospect of going to the dance with the most annoying boy in school.

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Seventh grade looks promising for Dinah Seabrooke, star of Dynamite Dinah and Dinah for President, until she learns from her science teacher that the sun is going to burn out in a ``mere'' five billion years.

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In this sequel to Dynamite Dinah , Dinah Seabrooke, now in sixth grade and determined to find her place in the big pond, runs for class president.

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