The Loser List #4: Take Me to Your Loser by H N KowittThe Loser List #4: Take Me to Your Loser by H N Kowitt

The Loser List #4: Take Me to Your Loser

byH N Kowitt

Hardcover | September 24, 2013

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Danny's gotten REVENGE and broken his JINX. Now he might finally shed his LOSER status once and for all . . .

Danny Shine is just trying to avoid wrestling Bruiser Pekarsky in gym - that's why he goes to the info session about running for class president. Even when he's forced to put his name on the ballot, Danny isn't worried - with Chantal Davis running, no one will even know he's there.

But when Chantal gets disqualified, she decides to throw her support behind Danny. Now he might actually have to step up and lead the 7th grade . . . and find out that sometimes, even when you win, you lose!

H. N. KOWITT has written more than forty books for younger readers, including The Loser List, Dracula's Decomposition Book, and The Sweetheart Deal. She lives in New York City, where she enjoys cycling, flea markets, and gardening on her fire escape. You can find her online at www.kowittbooks.com.
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Title:The Loser List #4: Take Me to Your LoserFormat:HardcoverDimensions:240 pages, 8.34 × 5.78 × 0.83 inPublished:September 24, 2013Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0545507952

ISBN - 13:9780545507950

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Praise for the Loser List series"The story unfolds in a handwritten-looking font on lined pages amid ample spot illustrations. Danny's cartoons, sidebars, and lists (Top Three Signs You're Going to Summer School) should enhance the book's appeal for reluctant readers." -Publishers Weekly"Danny's humorous line drawings help tell the story, making this a fun and accessible book for reluctant readers and comics fans." -Booklist"Written in the same style as the Diary of a Wimpy Kid books (Abrams), this title will definitely appeal to reluctant readers." -School Library Journal