Baby Loves Political Science: Democracy! (Baby Loves Science) (Board book)
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Is your future voter election-day ready?
This cute and clever addition to the best-selling Baby Loves series offers an introduction to political science that is accurate and simple enough for baby, ready to teach toddlers 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