Lots of reading lists recommending Votes of Confidence 2nd Edition

by Jeff Fleischer

Just a few weeks from Election Day 2020, and with early voting already underway in many states, lots of bookstores and libraries are putting out reading lists with resources to learn more, and happy to report that Votes of Confidence 2nd Edition is showing up on a lot of them. Here are a few (collecting the recent ones here in one post):

The legendary New York Public Library recommended Votes on its “2020 Election Reading List for Teens.”

The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh made Votes a Staff Pick for its October 14 “Elections and Voting” reading list (not just for teens).

Similarly, the San Jose Public Library featured it and other voting books for its “YA Friday” on October 9.

Berlin-Peck Memorial Library in Berlin, Connecticut published this list of books on democracy on October 12. The same list also appeared via Patch.

Alachua County Library in Florida shared this list of “Great Teen Reads for Election Season.”

Ferndale Public Library in Michigan put together this list of voting books for kids and young adults on September 28.

Des Moines Public Library in Iowa included the book on a list of voting-rights books ahead of a September 24 voting event.

Williamsburg Regional Library in Williamsburg, Virginia put together a list of reading material to go with a voting event it hosted.

The book was among Ms. Melanie Roy’s monthly book recommendations for September on her blog.

Also, noting a couple of others already mentioned on the blog:

This great review and list from Orange Marmalade Books.

This list from Wayland Free Library in Wayland, Massachusetts.

This August list from the blog Five Minute Librarian.

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