• Rachel

Did You Vote Yet????


Stop by the Children's Floor & let your voice be heard by voting for your favorite book character!


Are you Team Harry? Maybe Team Pigeon?


Voting will take place all month! Make sure to come in & vote each week as the brackets will narrow weekly until we have a winner!


P.S. - Adults can vote, too!!


Want to read more about elections? After you cast your ballot, grab a book to take home to learn a little more!


 

Book cover with artwork of a black cat, balloons, & streamers
Bad Kitty for President by Nick Bruel


Bad Kitty for President

by Nick Bruel


Kitty decides to run for President of the Neighborhood Cat Association. Will he win?

Juvenile Fiction - J Bruel N


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Book Cover with artwork showing cartoon people running up to the Capitol Building with stars & stripes in the sky
See How They Run by Susan E. Goodman


See How They Run

by Susan E. Goodman


Using witty anecdotes and clear explanations, the author takes readers from the birth of democracy to the electoral college; from front porch campaigning to hanging chads.

Juvenile Non-Fiction -

J UNITED STATES Government Elections


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Book cover with artwork showing a young child in front of a group of other children with flags on each side
Grace for President by Kelly DiPucchio


Grace for President

by Kelly DiPucchio


When Grace discovers that there has never been a female U.S. president, she decides to run for school president.

Children's Picture Book - JE DiPucchioK


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Book cover with artwork of a person holding 2 "I Voted" buttons/stickers in front of several other people
I Voted: Making a Choice Makes a Difference by Mark Shulman

I Voted: Making a Choice Makes a Difference

by Mark Shulman


A lighthearted, nonpartisan introduction to the concept of voting helps readers understand the individual and group power of participating in elections regardless of expected outcomes.

Juvenile Non-Fiction -

J UNITED STATES Government Elections


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Duck for President

by Doreen Cronin


When Duck gets tired of working for Farmer Brown, his political ambition eventually leads to his being elected President.

Children's Picture Book - JE Cronin D


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MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT!! VOTE TODAY!!

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