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Encourage your kids to celebrate their ability to vote and elect their leaders with this adorable book. Follow the campaign trail of Woodrow Washingtail, a small town mouse from Moussouri, from his early beginnings up until his inauguration as President. Adorable illustrations coupled with a fun and education rhyming text, your kids will learn important aspects of United States elections, such as the Electoral College, Political Conventions, specifications to run, and more. Includes a glossary of important terms.
Election year is upon us and what better way to teach children about campaigning, voting, and the election process than through Cheryl and Peter Barnes’ critically-acclaimed book Woodrow for President!
Featuring Woodrow G. Washingtail, a civic-minded mouse with presidential ambitions, Woodrow for President follows Woodrow as he runs for president of the United Mice of America.
Taking children on a journey from Woodrow’s schoolmouse days full of hard work and community service to his time as governor of Moussouri to his bid for president of the United Mice of America, Woodrow for President introduces children to campaigning, elections, volunteering, and more through this funand educationalstory of one mouse’s dream to become the nation’s Big Cheese.”
Featuring a contract for voting between parents and kids as well as fun activities such as find the secret service agent” in every illustration, Woodrow for President is perfect for any child in K-4 who might one day aspire to be the Commander in Cheese.”
Peter and Cheryl Barnes are the author/illustrator team behind many books featuring animal characters that teach children about history and government, including the bestselling House Mouse, Senate Mouse, which teaches how Congress makes our laws, and Woodrow, the White House Mouse, about the White House and the job of the president. Peter is a journalist and broadcaster who reports on public policy issues in Washington, D.C. Cheryl is an illustrator with a background in architecture. They live in Alexandria, Virginia, have two grown daughters, and are very proud grandparents of Tristan James Joyce.