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1 Dr. Seuss's Amendment Picture Book A tribute to Dr. Seuss
By Sarah Basile, Jenny Pedersen, Ava Scott, Riley Byrd, and Brendan Farah

2 Table of Content Title ……………………………………………….…….Page 1
Table of Content……………………………....…..Page 2 1st Amendment…………………………………..…Page 3 2nd Amendment………………………………….…Page 4 3rd Amendment…………………………..…………Page 5 4th Amendment……………………………………..Page 6 5th Amendment……………………………………..Page 7 6th Amendment……………………………………..Page 8 7th Amendment……………………………………..Page 9 8th Amendment……………………… …….Page 10 9th Amendment…………………………………..Page 11 10th Amendment………………….…………….Page 11 11th Amendment……………………..………….Page 12 12th Amendment…………………………………Page 12 13th Amendment…………………………………Page 13 14th Amendment………………………………...Page 15 15th Amendment…………………………………Page 14 16th Amendment…………………………………Page 16 17th Amendment…………………………………Page 17 18th Amendment………………………………..Page 18 19th Amendment………………………………..Page 29 20th Amendment………………………………..Page 20 21st Amendment………………………………..Page 21 22nd Amendment………………………………..Page 22 23rd Amendment…………………………………Page 23 24th Amendment…………………………….…..Page 24 25th Amendment………………………………...Page 25 26th Amendment……………………………….Page 23 27th Amendment…………………………..……Page 26 Glossary ………………………..…………Page 27-28 Citations………….…………………………Page 29-30

3 The 1st Amendment Oh the places you go, The things you say,
The First Amendment Says that’s okay. When Mac spoke up To the king of all turtles Mac could say all he wanted To King Yurtle. The Whos celebrated Christmas though the Grinch tried to ruin it. We can practice any religion we want thanks to the First Amendment. We’ve all been to parades and presentations for school too thanks to the First Amendment these things we can continue to do.

4 The 2nd Amendment Amendment two says You have the Right to bear arms,
So you can have a Weapon to protect You from all harm.

5 The 3rd Amendment When smog was dumped Into Lake Erie
The fish had to leave And were very weary. The 3rd Amendment Prevents soldiers in our home So we don’t have to leave Just like the fish and their domes.

6 The 4th Amendment The fish was right To have the Cat go away
But the Cat in the Hat Played anyways. The 4th Amendment says The Cat cannot barge in to play Or can’t search the house Without a warrant for the day.

7 The 5th Amendment Amendment 5 says the government
can’t just take your land. They need to pay for it. Land is precious. Just ask the Lorax. He’ll understand. When the sun gets up, The citizens jump, There’s a grand jury today That they can’t delay Amendment 5 Wakes them up With a jive, Protects Americans from double jeopardy, And for all to have a big party! Self-incrimination doesn’t have to happen The prosecution doesn’t have to leave commentary Unless it is absolutely voluntary. One cannot be Deprived of life or liberty Or property Without due process of law.

8 The 6th Amendment Amendment 6 states That we have the right
To fair a trial That won’t take awhile. Like in Go, Dog, Go! When they drive in their cars. When accused of a crime you have the right to a lawyer No matter who you are. If no one wants to be a witness for you You can force them You tell them what to do. The charges you are given Must be told to you Or else Your argument won’t be true.

9 The 7th Amendment Amendment 7 says
Everyone has the right to trial by jury Makes a professional decision In a hurry Just as fast as Go, Dog, Go! The trial begins now! Ready, set go!

10 The 8th Amendment Amendment 8 Is really great It protects you
And others too From unreasonable punishments From bad mistakes.

11 The 9th and 10th Amendment Amendment 10 gives people the power
As does Amendment Nine. Nine gives some power to the states too. It’s that just divine?

12 The 11th and 12th Amendment Amendment 11
Says you can’t sue another state Because you won’t be able To put up a debate. Amendment 12 Is about presidential elections That makes electors meet in their own state To vote for representatives And then celebrate Once they have won And are number one.

13 The 13th Amendment Amendment 13 Says no more slavery
You don’t have to work for anyone Unless its voluntarily. The poor dog has to Work for the Grinch No matter what. But Amendment 13 Had the chains of slaves cut.

14 The 15th Amendment The Sneeches divided themselves
by whose bellies had stars Amendment 15 says you can’t be segregated no matter how different you are.

15 The 14th Amendment Amendment 14 defines citizenship and protects citizens rights We all have equal protection of laws Making it easier to sleep at night. When we are born in the glamorous U.S.A. “I’m a United States citizen!” Is something you can say.

16 The 16th Amendment Amendment 16 approves the income tax
So the federal ship can stay afloat And keep our government With the Federal Reserve notes.

17 The 17th Amendment Amendment 17 says the Senators get elected directly
Not just appointed by their state That way we can inaugurate.

18 The 18th Amendment Everyone knows the story Of Sam-I-Am,
And how he tried to get his friend To eat green eggs and ham But he said no just like the government In the U.S. alcohol ban.

19 The 19th Amendment Amendment 18 give equality
To women and their voting rights So Cindy Lu Who can Celebrate tonight.

20 The 20th Amendment Amendment number 20 says the president starts to work on 20th of January Congress on the 3rd That way we can keep law word-for-word.

21 The 21st Amendment In Amendment 21 Alcohol was back
It was no longer illegal In the brown paper sack It’s like in Green Eggs and Ham When he finally said, “I do. I do like them Sam-I-Am.”

22 The 22nd Amendment Amendment 22 says the president can’t be
Elected more than two times Or he will be Committing a crime.

23 The 23rd and 26th Amendments
gives the right to vote To the District of Columbia And all those folks. Amendment 26 moves The voting age down To eighteen Without a frown. 

24 The 24th Amendment Amendment 24 says You don’t have to pay to vote
Everybody has a say no matter How much bling you tote.

25 The 25th Amendment Amendment 25 says If the president dies
We don’t have to compromise Because the vice president is next in line.

26 The 27th Amendment Amendment 26 moves The voting age down To eighteen
Without a frown. 

27 Glossary 28 Amendment- a change to the Constitution
Petition-a formal written request, typically one signed by many people appealing to authority with respect to a particular cause. Arms-weapons Warrant-an order from a judge that authorizes police or other officials to take certain action, such as searching someone’s property. Congress-the law making body for the United States Inaugurate-Is the operation of starting a practice or operation Senators-representatives in the Senate. There are two senators for each state in the Senate. Federal-pertaining to or of the nature of a union of states under a central government distinct from the individual governments of the separate states Federal Reserve-The federal authority in the US that performs the functions of a central bank and is used to implement the countries monetary Slavery-the treatment of people as property for the purpose of forcing them to do labor. Trial-a judicial examination of issues of fact or law disputed by parties for the purpose of determining the right of the parties Jury- a group of persons sworn to render a verdict or true answer on a question or questions officially submitted to them. grand jury hearing- A grand jury, which normally consists of 16 to 23 members, has a more specialized function. The United States attorney, the prosecutor in federal criminal cases, presents evidence to the grand jury for them to determine whether there is "probable cause" to believe that an individual has committed a crime and should be put on trial. If the grand jury decides there is enough evidence, it will issue an indictment against the defendant. Grand jury proceedings are not open for public observation. 28

28 Glossary 29 double jeopardy-when you’re tried for the same crime twice
Self-incrimination-the act of giving testimony that can be used against oneself Prosecution-the party instituting or conducting legal proceeding against someone in a lawsuit. due process of law-the administration of justice according to established rules and principles. Witness-a person who gives testimony, as in a court of law. Charges-to make an accusation against someone in order to bring to trial 29

29 Citations Lessons Learned from the Grinch." A GOOD and SIMPLE Life. Blogger, 29 Nov Web. 10 Jan <http://www.agoodandsimplelife.com/2010/11/ lessons-learned-from-grinch.html>. Misanthrope86. "Dr.Seuss." Fanpop. N.p., 10 Jan Web. 10 Jan <http://www.fanpop.com/spots/dr-seuss/images/877118/title/lorax-photo>. Dr.seuss." Babble. N.p., 10 Jan Web. 10 Jan <http://cdn.babble.com/famecrawler/files/2011/03/the-cat-in-the-hat.jpg>. "Green Eggs and Ham." Macworld. Macworld AppGuide, 17 Jan Web. 17 Jan <http://www.macworld.com/appguide/ app.html?id=757396&expand=false#>. MacDonald, Ruth, and Betsy Silvermen. "Green Eggs and Ham." Snopes. snopes, 12 July Web. 17 Jan <http://www.snopes.com/language/literary/ greenegg.asp>. Iastra, Kar. "An Apple Investigation and Ten Apples Up on Top." The Teacher Express. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Nov <http://theteachingexpress.blogspot.com/2011/11/ apple-investigation-and-10-apples-up-on.html>. Edward, Michelle. "Cat In the Hat." A Nnitters Home Companion. N.p., 30 Dec Web. 18 Jan <http://michelledwards.com/ a-knitters-home-companion-blo/2011/12/30/the-cat-in-the-hat.html>.

30 Citations "New Works from Dr. Suess." Fingerhut Gallery of Laguana beach . N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Jan <http://fingerhutart.com/drseuss/ new-works-from-dr-seuss/drseuss/new-works-from-dr-seuss>. "Yurdal the Turtle." 10minutemath. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Jan "Dictionary." Dictionary.com. N.p., 19 Jan Web. 19 Jan <http://dictionary.reference.com/>. "Jury service ." Us Court . N.p., 19 Jan Web. 19 Jan <http://www.uscourts.gov/FederalCourts/JuryService.aspx>. "There Is A Woket in My Pocket." blogger. N.p., 19 Jan Web. 19 Jan <http://bloggingmis.blogspot.com/2010/04/ theres-wocket-in-my-pocket-by-dr-seuss.html>. "Did I Ever Tell You HowLucky You Are." Cheilderen's Books Guide . N.p., 19 Jan Web. 19 Jan <http://childrensbooksguide.com/general/ did-i-ever-tell-you-how-lucky-you-are>. "Hop On Pop." Artevo. evolated, 19 Jan Web. 19 Jan "Hop On Pop." Artevo. evolated, 19 Jan Web. 19 Jan


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