Picture Books

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Up on Bob

Mary Sullivan

jE Sullivan
Picture Books

Bob the dog works hard to make the bed perfect for sleeping all day but as soon as he settles down, he senses the cat watching him.

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An hilarious story of a "hardworking" dog who inadvertently makes a new friend. Perfect for preschoolers and early elementary aged children. -Victoria

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Grace for president

Kelly S DiPucchio

jE DiPucchio
Picture Books

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

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Amelia Bedelia's first vote

Herman Parish

jE Parish
Picture Books

When Amelia Bedelia runs into her principal, Mr. K., and plants the idea that students should vote on the rules, he decides that her class should be the first to come up with new ideas for running the school.

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Froggy for president!

Jonathan London

jE London
Picture Books

Both Froggy and Frogilina are running for class president, and both have compelling platforms--but which candidate will voters choose?

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Monster needs your vote

Paul Czajak

jE Czajak
Picture Books

"Election season is here and Monster is ready to vote! But why cast your ballot when you can run for president instead? With speeches, debates, and a soapbox or two, Monster's newest tale is a campaign encouraging kids to take a stand and fight for what they believe in"--

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The president of the jungle

André (Graphic designer) Rodrigues

jE Rodrigue
Picture Books

"Unhappy with Lion, the king of the jungle, the animals hold an election to choose a new leader"--

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Everyone gets a say

Jill Twiss

ON ORDER BOOK
Picture Books

"Pudding the snail and his friends can't seem to agree on anything. Whatever Jitterbug the chipmunk wants, Geezer the goose does not. Whatever Toast the butterfly wants, Duffles and Nudge the otters are absolutely against. And if somehow Toast and Duffles and Jitterbug and Nudge all agree on something, then Geezer is not having it. So when Toast suggests they need a leader, the friends try to figure out the best way to pick someone to be in charge. Should that someone be the fastest? The fluffiest? The squishiest? Or can Pudding show his friends that there just might be a way where everyone gets a say? In this follow-up to The Someone New, Jill Twiss and EG Keller cleverly underscore the importance of speaking up and using your voice." --

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A vote is a powerful thing

Catherine Stier

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Picture Books

Callie learns a lot about voting as her family gets involved in local and national elections and she campaigns to have the local wilderness park chosen for her class field trip.

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What's the big deal about elections

Ruby Shamir

j324.6 Shamir
Picture Books

Describes how Americans choose leaders, local and federal, and why elections should matter.

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Becoming president

Michael Rajczak

j352.23 Rajczak
Picture Books

"Becoming one of the most powerful leaders in the world is enticing, but the path to US president is a difficult one. The campaign may be years long, and financing is complicated. While running for student council president or other major student leadership position may not cost as much, preparation for the job can also be daunting. This book not only introduces readers to the process of becoming the US president, but also guides them through their own campaign."--

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