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When He-Man Wolf leaves his gang to create a club of his own, he causes the old gang great distress when it is noticed that all the new club's members are girls, but when Jerome takes sides with He-Man Wolf, those in the Wolf Pack start to take drastic measures.
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A graduate of Boston's Suffolk University with a degree in journalism, Chris Lynch also holds a Master of Arts degree from the writing program at Emerson College in Boston, where he later taught creative writing.
Lynch lives in Boston with his wife and two children.From Booklist:
Gr. 3^-7. In the fifth and final installment of the He-Man Women Haters Club series, former club leader Wolf has started his own club; and Stephen, Jerome, Ling, and Cecil are shocked to learn not only that its membership is exclusively girls but also that the new club is headquartered in, of all unmanly places, a beauty parlor. The boys soon learn that aromatherapy, pedicures, hairstyling, and head massages are powerful lures, as Jerome is seduced by the world of beauty. Determined to get him back, the remaining members of the He-Man Women Haters Club resort to a drastic measure: letting a girl into their own group. But when the plan backfires and their manly clubroom takes on a suspiciously feminine aura, it's time for real action. Maybe it's time the boys learned the fine and delicate art of compromise between the sexes--or not. As always, the strengths of this quirky series are the tough-guy dialogue, tone, and edgy observations, all from a kid's perspective. Lynch's presentation of the boys' seesawing view of girls as enemies or attractions is dead-on, as is his portrayal of the ties of friendship that bind--and survive even the toughest tests in the end. Shelle Rosenfeld
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