JFKBook - 2013
An illustrated tribute to the 35th president's White House years, published to coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of his assassination, offers insight into JFK's cultural significance to everyday Americans.
The New York Times bestselling team that brought readers Barack in 2008 presents this picture book biography of John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States of America. JFK tells how a little boy grew up to be president in a story about hope and courage and the power of words. It details JFK's childhood as well as his presidency and includes the Cuban missile crisis, the civil rights movement, the Camelot years, and a firsthand account of his assassination.
JFK's is a story that has been told by many voices. Acclaimed picture book biographer Jonah Winter offers his own voice and memories about JFK and his significance in this heartfelt personal profile, illustrated in vibrant detail by award-winning artist AG Ford.
A lavishly illustrated tribute to the 35th president's White House years, published to coincide with the 50th anniversary of his assassination, draws on the author's personal memories to offer insight into JFK's cultural significance to everyday Americans. By the creators of the best-selling Barack. 60,000 first printing.