Presidents of the United StatesBook - 2006
Details the importance of each president along with essential reference material which includes a description of the roles of the three branches of government, a look at the First Ladies, and a view of the White House.
Did you know that James Monroe was the first President to appear without a wig in formal public settings? Or that George W. Bush named the first African Americans as secretaries of state? In this informative reference book by the editors of the award-winningTIME For Kids® magazine, you'll learn about the Presidents' childhoods, careers, accomplishments in office, and life after the White House. As a great plus for school reports, you'll find hundreds of fascinating facts—and the history of our nation is woven into each presidential portrait.
Dramatic visuals and engaging text detail the importance of each president along with essential reference material that includes a description of the roles of Congress, the Supreme Court, and the President; a look at the First Ladies; and a view of the White House. Reprint.