I Voted: Making a Choice Makes a Difference

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    A fun–and informative–introduction to democracy, and how important and powerful voting can be.

    I Voted: Making a Choice Makes a Difference

    Did you know, voting is just like making a choice? Apples or Oranges? Ice Cream or Cupcake? Some choices are easy, some are hard; but, when you make a choice, you can say that you 'voted' for it. Voting usually includes a lot of people though, with different opinions, all making a choice together. So, how does a big group of people all make a choice together, and why is it important that they are able to?

    I Voted is a wonderful introduction to the basic concepts of democracy. The informative and nonpartisan message shows young readers just how powerful and important voting can be. With engaging artwork, and a story that is accessible to all ages, I Voted makes the act of voting easily understandable, and fun!

    I Voted: Making a Choice Makes a Difference is written by Mark Shulman, illustrated by Serge Bloch, and published by Neal Porter Books / Holiday House.

    Author:
    Mark Shulman
    Illustrations:
    Serge Bloch
    Release:
    December 2019
    Length:
    8m 19s
    Ages:
    3-10