When Amelia Bedelia runs into her principal, Mr. K., and plants the idea that students should vote on the rules, he decides that her class should be the first to come up with new ideas for running the school.
"Sam has a problem--he has to share a room with an older brother who is messy, noisy, and just generally annoying. One night, while watching the news, he hears about the President's plans to build a border wall and comes up with what he thinks is the perfect solution to his problem: he will build a wall across the middle of their room to keep his utterly undesirable brother out! In a series of letters addressed to the President, Sam shares his thoughts...
Discusses the presidential election process. Several children imagine what it would be like to run for U.S. president, thinking about the fun parts, such as appearing on T-shirts and bumper stickers, and the work, including studying the nation's problems and debating issues.
"Election season is here and Monster is ready to vote! But why cast your ballot when you can run for president instead? With speeches, debates, and a soapbox or two, Monster's newest tale is a campaign encouraging kids to take a stand and fight for what they believe in"--
While the popular Tiffany and athletic Charles make increasingly outrageous promises in their campaigns for President of Canine Country Day School, Otto quietly enters the race, vowing only to try to do what students really want.
Collection of all 46 Schoolhouse rock! songs on the topics of science, multiplication, money, American history and English grammar. Plus, the new song "I'm gonna send your vote to college" about the American electoral college.
Using a campaign for mayor as an example, shows the steps involved in an election, from the candidate's speeches and rallies, to the voting booth where every vote counts, to the announcement of the winner.