The Wolfman, the Shrink and the Eighth-Grade Election [NOOK Book]


For Lori Stanton, managing rich, popular David Cruise's campaign for class president is a fantasy-come-true. Until the hot political race turns negative. David's opponent is Lori's unconventional new friend, Cap Cameron, a California transfer student with a secret.
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The Wolfman, the Shrink and the Eighth-Grade Election

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For Lori Stanton, managing rich, popular David Cruise's campaign for class president is a fantasy-come-true. Until the hot political race turns negative. David's opponent is Lori's unconventional new friend, Cap Cameron, a California transfer student with a secret.
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  • BN ID: 2940000083390
  • Publisher: Twilight Times Books
  • Publication date: 9/25/2004
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 296 KB

Meet the Author

D. M. Nigro (Deborah M. Nigro, Deborah Mona) welcomes the challenge to create quality fiction for today's sophisticated pre-teens. Born and educated in Boston, she is a feature writer, teacher, bookseller, and the author of romance novels published in the U. S. and Europe. "The Champagne Fountain," her novella on cassette, was named "Audio Title of the Month" by Romantic Times Book Club magazine, the leading industry monthly. Network news anchor Paula Zahn interviewed Deborah for a television feature on the business of romance.
Her work has appeared nationally in First for Women, Highlights for Children, the American Media and Macfadden publications, plus many other outlets. "John F. Kennedy: The Promise of Camelot," a condensed biography for family reading, was approved for sale by the National Park Service. Deborah's stories appear in several anthologies, including "Mistletoe Madness" (available from, a zany holiday collection for children.
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  • Posted November 19, 2008

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    Reviewed by Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen for

    Ever since Lori Stanton's mother was elected to the school board, she knew that politics was what interested her the most. And with the upcoming eight-grade elections, it was the perfect time to show all of her peers, and herself, that she would be able to run for the position of treasurer -- and win. Lori had it all planned out, going over the details with her parents and choosing her best friend, Marcia, to be her campaign manager. <BR/><BR/>But then everything changed when Lori's longtime crush, and the most popular guy in school, David Cruise, asked her to be his campaign manager for the presidential position. It was a tough decision to make since Lori was so devoted towards her own campaign. But how could she give up the one-way ticket to all the coolest parties and to finally being part of the cool crowd? <BR/><BR/>At first, helping David win seemed like a cinch since he had won the previous election. That is until David Cameron, or Cap, the guy that everyone seems to like (definitely for his weirdness) also decides to run for president. Before they know it, Cap becomes some stiff competition, what with his very unique campaigning skills. The race seemed fair so far, but when information is leaked that Cap is somehow acquainted with the wolfman, a man with a very scary wolf by his side, this eighth-grade election just may take a turn toward the dirty side. <BR/><BR/>D.M. Nigro gives a very interesting twist to a student body election, and the end results are not only satisfying but also very touching. Before you know it, everyone will be falling head over heels and care deeply for Cap and Lori. THE WOLFMAN, THE SHRINK AND THE EIGHTH-GRADE ELECTION is a short and fast-paced book that I will never forget.

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