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Vote 4 Amelia (Amelia's Notebooks #22)

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Amelia's best friend Carly decides to run for student body president and Amelia joins the election fever as a candidate for secretary. Running for office is fun until someone starts taking down Carly's campaign signs and Carly's main opponent begins spreading lies about her around the school. Can Amelia save her friend's reputation and the election?
Hardcover, 80 pages
Published September 11th 2007 by Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books
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I read these books a ton when I was a kid. I loved them. You read them and you're like, "Hell, YEAH I want to keep a notebook!" In fact, I'm pretty sure that I did. And tried to make all these cute little drawings, but you lose interest kind of fast.

However, I remembered the books being more FUN than this one. And maybe it was just this one inparticular, because it was about an election. The political submessages in this one were terrible though. On and on about how candy is evil and it will mak
Desiree Lo
Title:Vote 4 Amelia
Author: Marissa Moss

This book is about a girl and her friend Amelia trying to get picked to be school president. The rules were that you couldn't cheat by pulling off other peoples posters to help support their chance for getting elected. When Amelia starts to realize that some of the posters that she made were missing. She tried to blame it on one boy who was also running but no one believed her because they liked him better.

The main character in this book was Amelia who was
Basia Koonce
This was a pretty good book. I loved how it looked like a journal. There were drawings in it that looked like someone drew them there, and they went with the story. How cute! It was really colorful and fun so it made me want to read it. My favorite part was when Amelia started to talk about her friend and show how loud and outgoing she was, because I have a friend like that. The book didn't really connect to my life, though, because we don't have class president & stuff like that at our scho ...more
I think this is a good book to read right now for me because I'm class president in my class. I liked how the book was made so it looked like Amelia's journal.
May 22, 2012 Mustang rated it 2 of 5 stars
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I liked this book. will carly become the president of the school? read this book to find out.
A great childrens book , i love this series .
Vote 4 Marrissa Moss as a good author!!!
This book was a very easy read but dull
1 of my favs!
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