This series discusses the highlights and issues of each president's time in office. The straightforward narrative provides key facts from early childhood to retirement, while emphasizing international and historical perspectives.
-- Supports social studies and history curriculum
-- Detailed, full-page timeline and colorful maps and diagrams
-- Lively fun facts provide memorable anecdotes about each president
Family and Politics
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