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Election Books

As election season heats up, let your 5- to 8-year-old child explore the drama of campaigning, voting, and competition with these books.
 
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If I Ran For President
by Catherine Stier Illustrated by Lynne Avril

A multicultural cast of children imagines what it would be like to run for president. The entertaining yet informative text is a good conversation starter for discussions on the election process. Full color.

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Election Day
by Margaret McNamara Illustrated by Mike Gordon

Becky, the new girl in Ms. Connor's class, doesn't think she stands a chance of being elected class president on Election Day. All the other kids have such great ideas! Nick promises no homework. Katie promises a candy machine in the classroom. Reza promises longer recess, and Emma promises a shorter school year.

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Otto Runs for President
by Rosemary Wells Illustrated by Rosemary Wells

Free Teaching Resource: Write a Campaign Speech

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Hardcover Picturebooks : $12.79

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Paperbacks : $5.99

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Clifford for President
by Acton Figueroa , Mark McVeigh Illustrated by Tom Lapadula
Read along with Clifford in a new BIG RED READER!

Clifford is running for President . . . of the Birdwell Island dog park! Emily Elizabeth needs to put up a candidate for a class project, so of course she nominates the Big Red Dog who's always a big winner!
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Paperbacks : $2.79

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Vote for Me!: All about Civics
Series: Beastieville
by Kirsten Hall Illustrated by Bev Luedecke

As class elections approach, all the Beasties consider their special qualities.

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Vote!
by Eileen Christelow Illustrated by Eileen Christelow
Using a town's mayoral election as a model, this lively introduction to voting covers every step in the process, from the start of the campaign all the way to the voting booth.
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