See How They Run: Campaign Dreams, Election Schemes, and the Race to the White House (Paperback)
"It's a very clear, readable . . . and funny! . . . explanation of the American electoral process." - Lois Lowry, Newbery Medalist and bestselling author
This engaging and informative book is a must-have for every future voter to understand the process of electing the leader of the United States.
Presidential elections are big news-in the media, in classrooms, in Iowa and New Hampshire! But do you really know how the whole process works? For the home, for the classroom, for kids and adults, this is the one book every reader (and future voter) should have to understand our country's most important decision making process.
About the Author
Susan E. Goodman is the author of more than thirty nonfiction books for children, including How Do You Burp in Space?; See How They Run: Campaign Dreams, Election Schemes, and the Race to the White House;All in Just One Cookie, an ALA Notable Book; and On This Spot, a Washington Post Top Picture Book of the Year. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
Elwood Smith works and lives in Rhinebeck, New York. His retro style is admired by many. He has illustrated several books for children.
A beautiful retelling of the legend of Snow and Rose, this gentle fairy tales brims with all the requisite traditions: dwarfs, missing person, enchanted forest and strange creatures. As in her highly imaginative picture books, first time middle grade novelist Emily Winfield Martin paints the sisters, Snow and Rose, as not exact opposites, but more like complimentary gears, who thrive on different aspects of the same thing. Recommended as a read-aloud, this beautifully illustrated tale will delight the young and young-at-heart! - Maureen