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The United States Constitution

$17.75

The United States Constitution book cover. The background is black with large red and blue highlights across the page. The title text is written in white across the top and middle. The bottom has an illustration of a man signing the constitution with a large crowd lined up behind him. The crowd includes men, women, and children of different ethnicities.
The United States Constitution book open to show the process of creating and vetoing a bill. The layout is like a comic book with colored illustrations and talk bubbles. On the left page, it shows a ground of people voting on a bill, which ultimately ends up on the president’s desk. On the right page it shows the president signing the bill, if he likes it. And if he doesn’t, he stamps it “veto” and sends it back to congress.
The United States Constitution book open to show examples of supreme court cases and how they are processed according to the constitution. The right page shows that that treason is so heinous, that it’s mentioned explicitly in the constitution. The layout is like a comic book with colored illustrations and talk bubbles.
The United States Constitution book open to show the judicial branch and how the 9 of them are chosen by the president and confirmed by the senate. On the right page it shows federal law and examples of criminal, civil, and suing cases that fall under that umbrella.
A close-up of The United States Constitution book. The text on the page reads “the farmers were very specific about some things, but vague about others. So how the judiciary does its’ job of interpreting the constitution often raises controversy. There may be gray areas. ‘But justices cannot sit around ruling on the constitutionality of imaginary legal problems.’ The supreme court can hear only cases from entities genuinely able to prove a government action has harmed them.”
A smiling, short-haired teenager holding up The United States Constitution book open to show inside pages with his left hand and giving a thumbs up with his right hand. The layout shown in the open book is like a comic book with colored illustrations and talk bubbles.
A curly-haired teenage girl reading the The United States Constitution book. She is holding the book up, blocking her face. The United States Constitution book cover has a black background with large red and blue highlights across the page. The title text is written in white across the top and middle. The bottom has an illustration of a man signing the constitution with a large crowd lined up behind him. The crowd includes men, women, and children of different ethnicities.
The United States Constitution book open to show article 2 on the left page and article 3 on the right page. The left page shows illustrations of President Woodrow Wilson giving a State of the Union speech and a a crowd of people in lines headed into a “special session” called by the president. The right page shows a person with a head shaped like the Supreme Court and holding justice scales. In the lower-right is an illustration of a jury.
The United States Constitution book cover. The background is black with large red and blue highlights across the page. The title text is written in white across the top and middle. The bottom has an illustration of a man signing the constitution with a large crowd lined up behind him. The crowd includes men, women, and children of different ethnicities.
The United States Constitution book open to show the process of creating and vetoing a bill. The layout is like a comic book with colored illustrations and talk bubbles. On the left page, it shows a ground of people voting on a bill, which ultimately ends up on the president’s desk. On the right page it shows the president signing the bill, if he likes it. And if he doesn’t, he stamps it “veto” and sends it back to congress.
The United States Constitution book open to show examples of supreme court cases and how they are processed according to the constitution. The right page shows that that treason is so heinous, that it’s mentioned explicitly in the constitution. The layout is like a comic book with colored illustrations and talk bubbles.
The United States Constitution book open to show the judicial branch and how the 9 of them are chosen by the president and confirmed by the senate. On the right page it shows federal law and examples of criminal, civil, and suing cases that fall under that umbrella.
A close-up of The United States Constitution book. The text on the page reads “the farmers were very specific about some things, but vague about others. So how the judiciary does its’ job of interpreting the constitution often raises controversy. There may be gray areas. ‘But justices cannot sit around ruling on the constitutionality of imaginary legal problems.’ The supreme court can hear only cases from entities genuinely able to prove a government action has harmed them.”
A smiling, short-haired teenager holding up The United States Constitution book open to show inside pages with his left hand and giving a thumbs up with his right hand. The layout shown in the open book is like a comic book with colored illustrations and talk bubbles.
A curly-haired teenage girl reading the The United States Constitution book. She is holding the book up, blocking her face. The United States Constitution book cover has a black background with large red and blue highlights across the page. The title text is written in white across the top and middle. The bottom has an illustration of a man signing the constitution with a large crowd lined up behind him. The crowd includes men, women, and children of different ethnicities.
The United States Constitution book open to show article 2 on the left page and article 3 on the right page. The left page shows illustrations of President Woodrow Wilson giving a State of the Union speech and a a crowd of people in lines headed into a “special session” called by the president. The right page shows a person with a head shaped like the Supreme Court and holding justice scales. In the lower-right is an illustration of a jury.

The United States Constitution

This book's illustrated storytelling clarifies our nation's cornerstone principles, article by article and amendment by amendment, exploring meaning, background, and relevance.
 

$17.75

Ages14+
Grades9th-12th
AvailabilityUsually ships in 24 to 48 hours
SKU174-100

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Product Code: 174-100

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Nonconsumable

Nonreligious

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