Monday, November 24, 2008


The Bookocrats have their nominees ready for your consideration.

President: The Kid Who Ran for President by Dan Gutman

"The Kid Who ran for President is very funny and will teach you about how much work you have to do to run for president. Who knows? You could run for president like Judson Moon, the main character in the book. Find out at the end of the book if he will get elected or not."

"Dan Gutman was born on October 19, 1955, in New York City. As a young baby he moved to Newark, New Jersey, where he grew up. He originally wanted to a be a psychologist, but he found that it was not for him. He wanted to move to New York and decided to be a writer. After awhile he tried writing magazine articles but they were not successful. In 1982, Pac-man came out and he started a video game magazine. Soon he began writing books for kids. He lives in Haddonfield, New Jersey."

Vice President: Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

"Where the Wild Things Are is a classic children's picture book. The main character, Max, puts on his wolf suit and amazing things start happening. His room turns into a forest! This is a true blue children's book. Read it to find out what happens."

To learn more about the presidential candidate you may visit Dan Gutman's home page.

The vice presidential candidate invites you to learn more at this site.


Anonymous said...

I know the books unknown, but there actualy really good books. When we were deciding what to do. Many wanted other books but many of the kids who voted against us found it was better than the opposing book

Anonymous said...

These are really good books, if you have not read them I would give it a try!

Linda said...

I hope others read your posts and listen to your opinions as they make their voting decisions. Thank you for supporting this election and making it so effective.

Anonymous said...

The links are awesome.
These are the best books ever.
I love these books.
These are good books. Please vote for them.

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