Ronald Reagan: Our Fortieth President

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Child's World, Aug 1, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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From our nation's founding to the current presidency of George W. Bush, the Our Presidents series offers an unparalleled education in American democracy. Each of these forty-two books is as unique as the man it portrays, featuring personal recollections of his childhood and explaining how crucial decisions made history. This collection is a complete library of all the presidents--not just familiar leaders--for middle and upper elementary students and will help foster pride, patriotism, and in-depth knowledge of American history.

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User Review  - AaronPendleton - LibraryThing

This was a very informative book on the life of Ronald Reagan. Albeit, most of the book is about his political career, there was some very interesting things about his early life that were very ... Read full review

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Klingel has worked as a high school English teacher and an elementary school teacher. She is currently the curriculum director for a Minnesota school district.

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