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October and November 2004

Every Vote Counts!

We will use both fiction and nonfiction books, and activities to learn about the presidential election process. Students will participate in a classroom vote, and will have the opportunity to see exactly why EVERY vote counts!

Recommended for grades K-5.

Resources for K-2

Books, Non-Fiction
Voting, by Sarah De Capua (2002)
Election Day, by Patricia J. Murphy (2002)
Voting and Elections, by Patricia J. Murphy (2002)
Books, Fiction
Duck for President, by Doreen Cronin (2004)
Max for President, by Jarrett J. Krosoczka (2004)

Resources for 3-5

Books, Non-Fiction
So You Want to Be President?, by Judith St. George (2000)
What Presidents Are Made Of, by Hanoch Piven (2004)
America Votes: How Our President Is Elected, by Linda Granfield (2003)
Don't Know Much About: The Presidents, by Kenneth C. Davis (2002)

What's at the Public Library?

This program covers the resources available in the public library -from CDs to videos- and introduces the different kinds of books. Students will have the opportunity to register for a library card. Arrangement of a local public library tour is also available.

Recommended for grades K-5.

Resources for K-5

Examples of all materials found in a library.

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