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by Lynne Avril,Catherine Stier

  • ISBN: 0807535435
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: Lynne Avril,Catherine Stier
  • Subcategory: Geography & Cultures
  • Other formats: lit docx mbr azw
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Albert Whitman & Company (January 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • FB2 size: 1740 kb
  • EPUB size: 1447 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 171
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If you ran for president, you would have to do a lot of hard work. You would study the nation's problems, tell the American people about your platform, select a running mate, and debate your opponents on live television.

If you ran for president, you would have to do a lot of hard work.

Lynne Avril’s cheerful illustrations perfectly complement the lively text. Catherine Stier is the author of Bugs in My Hair?!, If I Ran for President, If I Were President, Today on Election Day, and The Terrible Secrets of the Tell-All Club

Lynne Avril’s cheerful illustrations perfectly complement the lively text. This is a fixed-format ebook, which preserves the design and layout of the original print book. Catherine Stier is the author of Bugs in My Hair?!, If I Ran for President, If I Were President, Today on Election Day, and The Terrible Secrets of the Tell-All Club. Stier has previously published hundreds of works including articles, stories, and projects, with more than twenty-five articles appearing in Woman’s Day. If I Ran for President - Catherine Stier. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Albert Whitman & CompanyReleased: Jan 1, 2007ISBN: 9780807592830Format: book. carousel previous carousel next.

Presidential Seal illustration from If I Ran For President, illustrated by Lynne Avril. Used with permission of Albert Whitman & Company. Bedbug illustration from Barnaby the Bedbug Detective illustrated by Karen Sapp. Queen Mary illustration from Welcome to America, Champ! illustrated by Doris Ettlinger. Used with permission of Sleeping Bear Press.

Stier follows the candidates, and Avril draws them in all their crayon guilelessness, as they brood over entering the race, move from caucus to convention, ponder their . by Catherine Stier & illustrated by Lynne Avril.

Stier follows the candidates, and Avril draws them in all their crayon guilelessness, as they brood over entering the race, move from caucus to convention, ponder their positions and spread their wares before the public. Whiners need not apply, as Stier lets it be known that getting your message across is a long, tough job. But the story is refreshing, too; no one is pandering or posturing. Honesty is a virtue here, as is being concerned and well-scrubbed. This is a campaign to yearn for, all issues and not a spin doctor in sight.

If I Ran for President book. The illustrations were nice and detailed done by Lynne Avril. Although this book isn't specifically focused on african american boys I still felt like it fit my topic

If I Ran for President book. Although this book isn't specifically focused on african american boys I still felt like it fit my topic. It was still encouraging to al. .Apr 14, 2012 Benjamin Miller rated it it was amazing. I read If I Ran for President by Catherine Stier, which is a contemporary realistic fiction picture book. This book is about explaining how the Presidential election works in a story about how these children would accomplish that.

Step 2: Introduce the book, If I Ran for President and discuss with students what they think they would need to do if they ran for president. Step 3: Introduce key vocabulary: Candidate, Campaign, Political party, Delegates, Ballot, Caucus, Primary election. Focus: Reading for information.

Illustrated by Lynne Avril. Go to illustrator Page. Imagine starring in commercials and traveling in your own campaign bus! Or seeing your face on bumper stickers and T-shirts! If you ran for president, you would get to do these and other fun things, but you would also have to do a lot of hard work. You would study the nation’s problems, tell the American people about your platform, select a running mate, and debate your opponents on live television.

If you ran for president, you would have to do a lot of hard work. You would study the nation's problems, tell the American people about your platform, select a running mate, and debate your opponents on live television.
Reviews about If I Ran for President (7):
Little Devil
I ordered this book because my child loves to think of himself as President. He is 6. The read wasn’t what I had in mind but it was interesting nonetheless. It gives a pretty detailed definition of the presidential process. Maybe a good read for a 4th or 5th grader.
Kelerana
great product
Jazu
My nieces and nephews LOVE this book! Highly recommend!
Frdi
Grandkids loved this book.
AnnyMars
This is without a doubt a painless way to BETTER UNDERSTAND a rather puzzeling process even for adults. Our grandchildren found it relateable & understandable...The giving was around the time of the OVERWHELMING overkill of media ads in this most recent Presidential election.
sergant
Lots of info and what it would take to become president. Some of it went over my 7 year old's head, but we'll revisit often so it all makes sense. Good book about the electoral process.
Mardin
Good product
My 6 and 8 year old boys loved this story.

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