"Who will Robert vote for when his best friend, Soup, and his girlfriend are running for class president? Peck's folksy humor is at its best here: even readers who don't usually read this sort of book will enjoy Soup. Set in rural Vermont during the 1930's."--School Library Journey
Details Soup for President (Soup, #3)
Reviews Soup for President (Soup, #3)
- More injustices at Star Lake Elementary! Not only did my school not have an annual science fair, there also were no class officers. It seemed so interesting to have students lobbying for your votes. Eighteen is a looooong time to wait to vote.
- Robert Newton Peck's _Soup_ series kind of ran its course by the end. The last few felt like he just sort of whipped up a few silly ideas and whipped them up into a semi-tidy ending. But the first few are very good indeed.Rob, the main character, has to decide between helping his conniving friend Soup (who makes Rob do most of the dirty work for his schemes--here, Rob is Campaign Mananger) and his 'girl,' Norma Jean Bissell, who are running for c...
- Hilarious shenanigans and tender moments with Soup and Rob in this book. Soup is running against Rob's sweetheart, Norma Jean Bissell, for class president. Teacher Miss Kelly always has insightful and wise advice for Soup and Rob, and she loves them for who they are, even if they often get into trouble.
- I'm in the process of re-reading all the Soup books, and so far this has been my favorite. I like that the mischief involved is fairly innocent, and that the boys tend to decide to make things right in the end. I also enjoyed the continuing character development of Miss Kelly. She's definitely someone I would enjoy knowing in person.
- Soup and Rob are at it again! Rob is stuck between a rock and a hard place as he tries to decide who to vote for for class president- his best pal, Soup, or the beautiful, blonde Norma Jean Bissell. Rob learns quickly just how complicated politics can be!
- Soup runs for class president! Publisher: Knopf books for young readersPublication Date: 1998Audience: 8-12 yrs.specific use: independent practiceliteracy elements: humorgenre: comedy
- Teacher food for thought-"She(the teacher) had a way of looking at me as if I was the only kid in Vermont, like I was somebody, instead of just another farmer's kid who smelled of chores and sweat and cow dung. She could touch me with her eyes." Great quote, OK book.
- I like how he kept Norma Jeans secret.he was nice to her after he got wiped.
- Another great book, loved the ending!
- Fun to read.
- fun book
- its recommended to read