Let's celebrate election day

Barbara DeRubertis

Book - 2018

Explores the history of voting in the United States and explains why voting is so important.

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Series
Holidays & heroes.
Subjects
Genres
Illustrated works
Published
New York : Kane Press 2018.
Language
English
Physical Description
32 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits ; 24 cm
Audience
Ages: 6-10.
Grades: 1-4.
ISBN
9781635920543
163592054X
9781635920550
1635920558
Main Author
Barbara DeRubertis (author)
Review by Booklist Reviews

The colorful books in the Holidays & Heroes series present overviews of the origins, history, and current practices associated with specific holidays. There's no cookie-cutter approach here. DeRubertis organizes each book in a way that suits its topic, while writing clearly and using short sentences effectively. Each double-page spread includes several brief paragraphs of text and two or three well-chosen pictures, including portraits, period illustrations, and photos. Besides explaining the process and the importance of voting, Election Day lays out the gradual expansion of American voting rights through the elimination or reduction of restrictions based on religion, property holding, race, sex, national origin, and age. An attractive, informative series. Grades 2-5. Copyright 2018 Booklist Reviews.

Review by Publisher Summary 1

Voting is a privilege and a big responsibility. But the path to fair elections has been a long and bumpy road. Learn about how we vote and why, every Election Day, it's so important to participate in choosing the people who lead us.Holidays & Heroes brings to life the people whose holidays we celebrate throughout the year. Enriched with colorful historical images, books in this series will engage children in the stories behind our holidays and the people they honor.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

Explores the history of voting in the United States and explains why voting is so important.