Martin Van Buren: Our Eighth President
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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