Who Is President?

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Trafford Publishing, Jun 1, 2011 - Education - 100 pages
Through history, the American presidents played an important role in national history. Who Is President? shows, through poetry and illustrations, some of the major events that took place during the administration of each American president. Challenging for younger readers and informative for older ones, this guide integrates biographical information and facts about the presidents to provide an excellent reading and informational tool. Furthermore, the imagery of the presidents and the rhyme schematics help students to affix historical events and facts to presidents. Who Is President? includes interesting trivia regarding the presidents, their families, and their places of birth, as well as important historical facts about each presidency. Poetry serves to make the content memorable, and the factual information can provide a starting point for additional inquiry. Also included are exercises to teach important skills to students. Help your young scholar learn about American history and have fun in the process with Who Is President?

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Fannie T. Brownis a retired elementary school teacher who has dedicated thirty years of her life towards educating children in the Horry County School System in South Carolina. She is a native of Bladenboro, North Carolina, and she currently resides in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

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