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Election Day (Robin Hill School)

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Today is election day in Mrs. Connor's class. The students will listen to speeches and vote for a new class president. Today is also Becky's first day at Robin Hill School. She thinks she would make a great class president, but she's new and has no friends yet. When Becky takes a chance and makes a speech, the whole class is surprised by the winner!
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published August 10th 2004 by Aladdin Paperbacks
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Maya Orama
This book i read today is about a new student named beck and she was in Mrs.Connor class Mrs.Connor said what is today a girl said today is Tuesday she said today is Election Day mrs.Connor said today we will vote for our class president and beck was presetent day at but she's new and she has no friends yet. When Becky takes a chance and make a speech the whole class is surprised by the winner
Angela Hollen
A book that shows kids to try things even if they don't think anyone will like it. Could use for a self esteem lesson or for a class election.
Shaley Dunn
I really liked this book. It is very short and would be very good for one of the younger children to read. It is about a new girl that gets out of her comfort zone on the first day in her new school to give a speech about what she would do if she were to win class president. I love it because it shows even though you are new and nervous you can still do great things.
Yadira
This book has to do with school elections. This book can be used to teach children about voting, but can also be used for a math lesson on graphs. The students in the classroom can take a vote and then create a chart based on what they voted on.
Dana Johnson
Great book to read around elections. Students learn lots about politics.
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Margaret McNamara is the Christopher Award–winning author of more than two dozen books for young readers, including the Robin Hill School series. The Fairy Bell Sisters series is inspired not only by her love of the classic sisterhood novel Little Women but by her own experiences growing up with older sisters (and a baby brother). Margaret and her family live in New York City, but they spend part...more
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