Yoga Pant Nation

Holt. (Class Mom, Bk. 3). Jul. 2021. 256p. ISBN 9781250777577. $26.99. F
Jen Dixon is back, this time as class mom of her son Max’s fifth and final grade at his elementary school. Her emails once again contain their typical sarcasm, funny threats, and a side of shaming for those parents who don’t follow through with their duties. However, not only is she handling being class mom, the PTA president has roped her into raising money ($10,000 no less); she’s also on a mission to become a certified spin instructor like her idol, Carmen, as well as the best grandmother to her daughter’s two-year-old. Needless to say, Jen has a lot piled onto her plate. Gelman packs it in yet again with the third installment in the “Class Mom” series (after You’ve Been Volunteered), keeping up with the irresistibly uproarious one-liners, the cast of characters whom readers have loved since Class Mom, and the introduction of a new character, the “other” grandmother, who irritates Jen in more ways than one.
VERDICT Readers will be changing from their “house” yoga pants into their “dressy” yoga pants—each pair with its own specific use

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