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A new addition to the beloved and bestselling Baby Loves series! This cute and clever introduction to political science is accurate and simple enough for baby, and ready to teach Baby what makes a great democracy.
Baby learns what it means to participate in a democracy where everyone has a voice in electing our leaders. There are many ways for all of us, including the youngest children, to participate--such as making signs and sending postcards, campaigning, attending rallies, and of course getting out the vote!
About the Author
Ruth Spiro is the author of the best-selling Baby Loves Science series, which has been praised for introducing "big science to little minds with the skill of a neurosurgeon" (Matthew Winner, All the Wonders podcast). Ruth also wrote the picture book Made by Maxine. She speaks regularly at STEM and early-childhood conferences across the country.
Greg Paprocki is a graphic artist and children's book illustrator. His books include the top-selling BabyLit alphabet book series. www.gregpaprocki.com
This timely addition to the series focuses on democracy in a developmentally friendly way. This nonpartisan introduction focuses on a mayoral race and depicts people making signs, sending letters, and going to a polling place. Colorful illustrations help contextualize some events that a little one may not have experienced yet. While this book will be well appreciated by traditional board book readers, it is also a great tool to explain this process to older children.
—School Library Journal