Voting With A Porpoise

A new book to help educate our small fry on the importance and meaning of voting: Voting With a Porpoise by Russell Glass, Sean Callahan and Daniel Howarth (illustrator).

It is a whale of a book:

A pod of dolphins (and their porpoise friend, Petey) is in trouble. Their reef no longer provides the food they need to survive. The pod can’t figure out what to do until Petey suggests they hold an election to decide.

2018 Parent and Teacher Choice Award winner, Voting With a Porpoise is a fun, timeless, and beautifully illustrated story that teaches children how elections and voting have the power to solve hard problems.

The authors created this book to help change the culture around elections and voting. To that end, 100 percent of the profits for Voting With a Porpoise will be donated to 501(c)(3) non-partisan voting-related causes focused on getting more people of all backgrounds to the polls, such as Rock the Vote, Vote.org, TurboVote, and others.

This book is the next best thing to lowering the voting age to 16! Or lower!

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3 thoughts on “Voting With A Porpoise

  1. “……getting more people of all backgrounds to the polls, such as Rock the Vote, Vote.org, TurboVote, and others”.

    Another good source of nation-wide political race information is VoteSmart. A friend and I just hosted a talk by one of its co-founders – Richard Kimball – here in our town last week. The web site is a great resource.

    https://votesmart.org/

  2. Du hast gemacht wirklichh gut Punktre gibt. Ich sah im Weeb Wetere Informationen über das Thema uund fand die meisten Menschen wird gehen zusammen mit Ihten Ansichten über dierse Website.

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