Amelia Bedelia's First Vote

Amelia Bedelia's First Vote

Board Book - 2012
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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.
Publisher: New York : Greenwillow Books, c2012
ISBN: 9780062094063
0062094068
9780062094056
006209405X
Branch Call Number: JP PARISH
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Avril, Lynne 1951-

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latrinablue
Jan 20, 2013

This is most definitely a book to read to your children! I loved every minute of it. This book is great to teach kids how to vote. Its also a great book if you want to describe the different terms when voting such as absentee ballot. This book is a great way to show kids how their decisions and ideas do matter. Whether they are at home or school we must give our children a voice. This was one great way of showing kids how their voices can be heard by adults. This also teaches students the importance of voting especially when voting season comes around.

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latrinablue
Jan 20, 2013

latrinablue thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 5 and 10

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latrinablue
Jan 20, 2013

This book was about a student named Amelia Bedelia who learns the importance of voting. She is taught not to run in school because you can get hurt and hurt others. She runs into the principal who tells her she must get the students in her class to vote on a new rule in school. Everyone votes on no homework Wednesdays and everyone was happy.

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Jan 20, 2013

"We're going to learn all about elections today. We'll even vote!"

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