This collection of more than 100 short essays, personal accounts, historical fiction, and poetry is combined with some stunning original art to give the young reader a look at American politics through the portals of the White House. It begins with the call in 1792 for designs for a presidential mansion and continues right up to today.
Not only is this a valid research book for any home or school library but just plain fun to read as well. You can read just a few chapters at a time, focus on a particular president or just dive into the whole volume.
This book is filled with fascinating material about the White House and those who lived there. It should kindle a young person's interest in politics as well as American history.
This is an illustrated history of the President's house.
The themes here touch on American politics, presidents, government and history.
10 and Up
8 to 12
Buy. I'd buy this book because if you check it out from the library you won't want to return it!