DescriptionCallie knows there's a presidential election coming up. Her class is having an election, too, about an issue that affects them all--the class field trip! She's about to witness first-hand what a difference a vote can make--even a single vote--and along the way will find out about the election process and why people have fought for the right to vote throughout history. A great kids'-eye look at the power of the vote.
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About the Author
Catherine Stier is the author of several children's books, including the award-winning If I Were President and the Kirkus star reviewed A Dog's Day chapter book series. Other honors for Stier's books include the IRA Los Angeles' 100 Best Books and the Bank Street College of Education Best Children's Books. She holds a Masters in Reading and Literacy and has served as a magazine writer, newspaper columnist, and writing instructor and has conducted children's literature research. Born in Michigan, Stier now resides in Texas.
Courtney is a freelance illustrator with a great love for drawing, reading, and most kinds of ice cream. She has a background in animation and a deep love for picture books. She works both digitally and traditionally, gouache being her favorite medium. She is inspired by the world around us and all the good in it. She loves to work on projects that are empowering, inclusive, and whimsical. She loves rainy days and painting to Sam Cooke.