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Donutheart

by Sue Stauffacher

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A good read, though the first one (Donuthead) was better. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0440420652, Paperback)

Franklin Delano Donuthead, star of Sue Stauffacher's Donuthead, is back and life continues to throw him lots of curveballs: he's now in sixth grade which means it's time for middle school, with all of its related terrors. He has to avoid whipping pony tails in the hallways, he's forced to use school bathrooms, with eighth graders, his life science teacher makes him blush like a tomato, his beloved Glynnis Powell may be moving ahead of him socially, his mother has a boyfriend, and his unlikely best friend, Sarah Kervick, once again needs more help than he thinks he can manage on his own. But thanks to his tough but kindhearted mother, the tough but kindhearted Gloria Nelots, and a little growing self-awareness, Franklin manages what it takes to pull Sarah out of another rough situation.

Sue Stauffacher has crafted another laugh-out-loud middle grade novel about Franklin and Sarah that once again overflows with Franklin's distinctive voice, a touching plot, wholly original characters, and a little Mercurochrome for good measure.


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Usually preoccupied with his own concerns about hygiene and safety and with his crush on Glynnis, sixth-grader Franklin Delano Donuthead finds that he is unaccountably worried about his mother's feelings and his friend Sarah's difficult home life.

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