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Cheesie Mack Is Running like Crazy! by Steve Cotler

Cheesie Mack Is Running like Crazy!

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Cheesie Mack Is Running like Crazy! by Steve Cotler
Paperback $7.99
Feb 25, 2014 | ISBN 9780307977168
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  • Feb 25, 2014 | ISBN 9780307977168 | Middle Grade (8-12)

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Praise

“Middle school has Cheesie Mack on the run.

List-loving, 11-year-old Ronald “Cheesie” Mack is back for his third outing, and this time, he’s embarking on the grand adventure of sixth grade at a new school…one he must, unfortunately, share with his eighth-grade sister June (Goon). Cheesie decides to run for class president and then decides his best friend (since kindergarten) Georgie should run instead. As they mount the strangest campaign ever, Cheesie continues his epic Point Battle against his sister (a secret game in which they score points for embarrassing or pranking each other). He also discovers track and field, kind of decides that girls are OK to hang out with and does a (sort of) good deed for Goon. Fans of teacher and children’s entertainer Cotler’s chatty, engaging Cheesie titles will be overjoyed with Cheesie’s evolving character and continued good humor and imagination. This stands alone, but events of the first two are referenced; as with the previous volumes, he invites readers to interact on his website. New-to-this-volume illustrator Holgate’s frequent black-and-white illustrations, often labeled by Cheesie, add to the fun.

Cheesie announces Volume 4 with a tantalizing list of what to expect, so the fun’s not over yet.” — Kirkus Reviews

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