¿Cómo vota la gente?

. 9781538333273. Rajczak Nelson, Kristen. ¿Quién puede votar? ISBN 9781538333358.ea vol: tr. by Ana María García. 24p. (Votar es importante). further reading. glossary. index. photos. websites. PowerKids. Aug. 2018. lib. ed. $23.60.
Gr 3–5—The U.S. voting and electoral system is covered here in accessible terms. Topics covered include who can vote, why we should vote, what is the electoral college, how a person becomes a candidate, and requirements to be either a candidate or a voter. By necessity there is plenty of overlap among the titles in the information provided. The text is displayed on pages with a blue, white, and red background with a scattering of stars. The photographs include candidates of different parties, genders, and ethnicities. The translation is generally readable; however, at times, the sentences are so awkwardly worded they are difficult to understand.
VERDICT A suitable, though not perfect, addition for school or public libraries.

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