Election and Voting Books for Kids
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After reading books about voting, my kids all have a much better understanding of the election process. When they see campaign signs beside the road or hear things about election results, they know a little bit more about the process from books like these.
The election season is usually a confusing time for everyone, so help your kids understand what the process should be like. Don’t forget–kids of all ages benefit from a good picture book!
In addition to the books below, check out these posts for more ideas to teach your kids about elections and voting:
- Teaching Kids About Elections
- 2 Important Ways to Prepare Your Teens to Vote
- Make a Ballot Box to Teach About Voting
- Abraham Lincoln Books for Kids
- George Washington Books for Kids
- The Buck Stops Here
- So You Want to Be President?
- Ghosts of the White House
Our favorite kids’ books about elections and voting
- Duck for President (New York Times Best Illustrated Children’s Books (Awards))
- One Vote, Two Votes, I Vote, You Vote (Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library)
- Snoopy for President! (Peanuts)
- Clifford for President (Clifford the Big Red Dog) (Big Red Reader Series)
- So You Want to Be President?: The Revised and Updated Edition
- Amelia Bedelia’s First Vote
- The Day Gogo Went to Vote
- If You Lived When Women Won Their Rights
- Elizabeth Leads the Way: Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the Right to Vote
- You Want Women to Vote, Lizzie Stanton?
- See How They Run: Campaign Dreams, Election Schemes, and the Race to the White House
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