Michael G. SheppardThe Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the land, but it alludes many young people. A simple way to make the constitution more relatable, more accessible is by giving young boys and girls tools to better understand the writing and the intention behind those hallowed words.

There has been an impossible number of books written about the constitution over the years, with them aimed at different levels of intellect and comprehension. Youth-focused material written about the constitution usually offers a sentence-by-sentence interpretation that is more palatable for young people.

Read on to learn the names of a handful of books that can help grow young people’s understanding of the Constitution:

Constitution Translated for Kids | “Constitution Translated for Kids” is an informative, educational guide that offers young people an understanding of ideas and freedoms in a simplified way.

We the Kids: The Preamble to the Constitution of the United States | “We the Kids: The Preamble to the Constitution of the United States” is a humorous book that’s dressed with patriotic images. The illustrated book is a fun and interesting introduction to the this nation’s preamble.

If You Were There When They Signed The Constitution | “If You Were There When They Signed The Constitution” is an excellent paperback that invites young people into the halls of Philadelphia’s State House to meet critical delegates and engage with great thinkers during the historic summer of 1787.

A More Perfect Union: The Story of Our Constitution | Historical information can be easily accessed and understood when reading “A More Perfect Union: The Story of Our Constitution.”  The birth of the nation is discussed, as well as the first election, the adoption of the Bill of Rights, and so much more. The book additionally explores core achievements and offers excellent summaries.

We the People: The Story of Our Constitution | “We the People: The Story of Our Constitution” colorfully depicts the end of the Revolutionary War, and through rich vocabulary offers details and comments about historical moments.  This illustrated book highlights an important in the nation’s history.

Constitutional Law for Kids: Discovering the Rights and Privileges Granted by the U.S. Constitution | This book is exceptionally kid-friendly and interactive. The book uses essential vocabulary words and real Supreme Court cases, and it’s an excellent, supportive tool for those answering questions or planning a debate. This book is an educational law book, which includes full copies of the Bill of Rights and the U.S. Constitution.

Bonus, you may want to think about purchasing Our Constitution Rocks for your young person.If you know of any other constitutional books that young people might enjoy, please share!