The library's literary candidates want your child's vote for president! This year, any kid of legal voting age-- 12 and under-- can get in on the election fun and cast a vote for his or her favorite literary character.
Imagination Party: Olivia
Ian Falconer's popular pig, Olivia, enjoys singing, playing, dancing, running and visiting museums.
City & Country Party: Pigeon
Pigeon, from the Mo Willems picture book series, implores voters to buy into his presidential pluck even though he's not permitted to drive a bus or stay up late.
Troublemaker Party: Bad Kitty
Nick Bruel's cranky, yellow-eyed Kitty has some clear cut ideas about what would make the country better: no more pesky baths or babies getting into your litter box or chatty kitties at the door.
The Vote for Books election continues through Nov. 6 at all three Worthington Libraries locations.