!!> Reading ➹ The Ballot Box Battle ➱ Author Emily Arnold McCully – Pocket-bikes.us

The Ballot Box Battle Illustrated In Full Color Just In Time For The Presidential Election Comes Caldecott Medalist Emily Arnold McCully S Stirring Tale Of A Young Girl S Act Of Bravery Inspired By The Great Elizabeth Cady Stanton It Is The Fall Of 1880, And Cordelia Is Interested In Horse Riding Than In Hearing Her Neighbor, Mrs Stanton Talk About Her Fight For Women S Suffrage But On Election Day, Mrs Stanton Tells The Heart Wrenching Story Of Her Childhood Charged With The Story S Message, Cordelia Determines To Go With Mrs Stanton To The Polls In An Attempt To Vote Above The Jeers And Taunts Of The Male Crowd With Faces, Landscapes, And Action Scenes Brought To Life By McCully S Virtuosic Illustrations, Cordelia S Turning Point Experience Is Sure To Inspire Today S Young Girls And Boys Everywhere.

!!> Reading ➹ The Ballot Box Battle  ➱ Author Emily Arnold McCully – Pocket-bikes.us
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • The Ballot Box Battle
  • Emily Arnold McCully
  • English
  • 03 June 2018
  • 0679879382

    10 thoughts on “!!> Reading ➹ The Ballot Box Battle ➱ Author Emily Arnold McCully – Pocket-bikes.us


  1. says:

    This book tells the story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton s attempt to vote in 1880 through the point of view of a young neighbor girl.


  2. says:

    Originally posted on Creative Madness Mama.It was actually last week that we read this book but I kept forgetting to sit down and write a review for you This is a book that I picked up on a whim after a glance at a local used bookstore before it closed The Ballot Box Battle is a story about Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a long term supporter of the idea of women s rights, especially the right to vote Right now we are working on an Elections unit study from Homeschool in the Woods and I dug this out Originally posted on Creative Madness Mama.It was actually last week that we read this book but I kept forgetting to sit down and write a review for you This is a book that I picked up on a whim after a glance at a local used bookstore before it closed The Ballot Box Battle is a story about Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a long term supporter of the idea of women s rights, especially the right to vote Right now we are working on an Elections unit study from Homeschool in the Woods and I dug this out of our bookshelf thinking that it would make a good read...


  3. says:

    This is the fourth book that I ve read by McCully, and I realize that she s joined the ranks of my favorite authors She introduces kids to snippets of history, writing tales that make the era come alive She is a talented writer and artist.


  4. says:

    First let me say that my school s library has this book s reading level at 2.8, and I don t know whose crack our librarian is smokin , or if it s a publisher misprint, but this book is at least upper third grade andlikely fourth I was really excited about reading a feministy picture book on a younger kid s level, and sadly, the RL misled me and I was let down.That said, it s still an excellent book about a young girl s relationship with Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a leader in the women s suff First let me say that my school s li...


  5. says:

    The Ballot Box Battle Emily McCully 1996Genre Non fictionFormat picture book Plot summary Ten year old Cordelia accompanies her neighbor Elizabeth Cady Stanton to the polling place on Election Day as Mrs Stanton goes to the polls to attempt to v...


  6. says:

    Our country has a rich history both good and bad This particular history is a little bit of both but worth a good reading The battle of the right for women to vote started in the mid 1800 s by strong women such as Mrs Stanton The constitution was written ...


  7. says:

    This is really what Emily Arnold McCully seems to do best, creating picture books that pair meaningful stories from history with splendid illustrations The Ballot Box Battle allows us the unique opportunity to experience the story of women s suffragist Elizabeth Cady Stanton through the eyes and ears of her young granddaughter Cordelia Cordelia knows that her grandmother is fighting for important civil rights, but to her the bigger significance of her grandmother s work pales in comparison wit This is really what Emily Arnold McCully seems to do best, creating picture books that pair meaningful stories from history with splendid illustrations The Ballot Box Battle allows us the unique opportunity to experience the story of women s suffragist Elizabeth Cady Stanton through the eyes and ears of her young granddaughter Cordelia Cordelia knows that her grandmother is fighting for important civil rights, but to her the bigger significance of her grandmother s work pales in comparison with her own love of horses In fact, it takes a discussion with her grandmother that is initially about horses before the two of them have their first meaningful talk about the efforts that her grandmother is making on behalf of females everywhere Cordelia s grandmother has a v...


  8. says:

    Through full page illustrations, a fictionalized account of one of Elizabeth Cady Stanton s attempts to vote is told through the eyes of young Cordelia Cordelia takes riding lessons from Mrs Stanton doesn ...


  9. says:

    This book was cute It would be PERFECT to use as a supplement when teaching about women s rights It s a bit long, but it s a great way to show students that not every person always had the same rights as everyone else.


  10. says:

    This is a nicely written story of history It would b a nice book to include in lessons discussing voting and equality.

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