Great Teen Reads for Election Season

Image of diverse cartoon arms reaching towards the words "vote"


Did you know that even though you can't vote in an election until you're 18, you can pre-register to vote as early as 16?

However, even if you're too young to even pre-register, it's never too early to start learning about the voting rights and the process of voting in the United States of America.


Here are some great non-fiction reads to get you started:

Cover Image of "Drawing The Vote" by Tommy Jenkins           Cover Image of "One Person, No Vote" by Carol Anderson and Tonya Bolden           Cover Image of "Votes Of Confidence" by Jeff Fleischer           Cover Image of "Lifting As We Climb" by Evette Dionne           Cover Image of "Election Manipulation" by John Allen


But hey, maybe you're tired of real-life election drama and need an escape? Try these election themed YA novels instead: 

Cover Image of "Running" by Natalia Sylvester           Cover Image of "The Voting Booth" by Bandy Colbert           Cover Image of "You Say It First" by Katie Cotugno           Cover Image of "Yes No Maybe So" by Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed           Cover Image of "The State of Us" by Shaun David Hutchinson


Posted by LiselyL on September 30, 2020