Election Day Books for Children
Help your child to understand the importance of Election Day with an easy read. Instead of lengthy lectures or super-serious discussions, highlight this day with picture books that explain the political process in simple to understand terms.
E is for Election Day, by Gloria M. Garvis and Shawn McCann. Your preschooler is learning their A,B,C’s. Well, now they can add in an Election Day activity to their alphabet lessons. This letter-based book is perfect for kids under age five.
Today on Election Day, by Catherine Stier and David Leonard. Your pre-k kiddo will enjoy the child-centered stories in this Election Day pick. The fictional tale includes a narrative that focuses on one little girl and how she helps her aunt to run for city council, along with other voting stories.
Election Day, by Rebecca Rissman. If your child isn’t sure what Election Day is or why it’s important, this children’s book gives little learners an easy introduction. With easy explanations and pictures, it will engage and educate your preschooler or kindergarten-aged child.
Understanding Your Role in Elections, by Jessica Gunderson. The American political process is confusing — especially for children to understand. Your older, grade school-aged, child can learn about everything from what a political campaign is to the Electoral College in this non-fiction book.