Looking For A Fun, Light Introduction To The Campaign Process Join The Brothers From The How Not To Series As They Navigate A Class Election Third Grader Will Couldn T Care Less About Boring School Politics But When His Friend Chelsea Proposes A Reading Buddy Program That Would Require Will To Hang Out With The Kindergartners And Therefore His Little Brother, Steve , He Makes An Impulsive Decision To Run Against Her Supportive Brother That He Is, Steve Takes Full Responsibility For Managing His Brother S Campaign And Things Quickly Spiral Out Of Control This Fun Reader Gently Teaches What It Means To Be A Responsible Politician, And Even Gets Some Election Basics Into The Mix A Hilarious Tool To Kick Off Classroom Units On Elections Step 4 Readers Use Challenging Vocabulary And Short Paragraphs To Tell Exciting Stories For Newly Independent Readers Who Read Simple Sentences With Confidence.
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- 48 pages
- How Not to Run for Class President
- Catherine A. Hapka
- 10 January 2017 Catherine A. Hapka