By Kate Feiffer
What if a boy ran for president and received?
Being a child isn't effortless, simply ask Luke Pennybaker. Chores, institution, homework, and extra chores. Who wishes it? despatched to his room for a time-out, Luke devises a plan to run for president and make like reasonable for children as soon as and for all.
As "Pennies for Pennybaker" builds momentum, Luke's crusade takes carry throughout the US. Being president of the us is all a child might wish for - or is it?
thoroughly believable and magnificent, Kate Feiffer and Diane Goode's lively collaboration is sure-fire concept for presidential hopefuls around the land.
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