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Weird But True Know-It-All: U.S. Presidents Paperback – July 4, 2017
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James Abram Garfield thought all men were created equal. As a result, he hid run-away slaves and gave folks like Frederick Douglass opportunities in government. James Earl Carter, Jr. could speed read at a rate of 2,000 words a minute. George Herbert Walker Bush banned broccoli from Air Force One, and Andrew Johnson taught himself to read while listening to customers at a tailor shop where he sewed clothes for 12 hours per day. President Obama read all seven Harry Potter Books with his daughters and loves to collect Spider-Man comics. Basically, most Presidents were just real people with a few quirks.
Parents, teachers and kids will love this fact filled history of our Presidents. Photos, and colorful illustrations teach readers about life during the term of each of the featured Presidents. Readers will be surprised to see fun facts about Obama and even Trump, our most recent elected Presidents. Special categories include Smart Stuff, Why He’s Weird, and Oval Awful, provide funny and interesting quick facts.
This book is one of the BEST I have seen. It is awesome how it is laid out. It is like a vision sensation because it jammed with pictures, illustrations and facts galore. There is so much to look at and read. I am sure that you could read this over and over and over and learn something new. Here is a fun tidbit: Monroe once defended himself with a fire tongs after a disagreement with his secretary of state. Learn about so much awesome and wacky facts about our presidents in this book! It is filled with things that I find fun, interesting and oh so strange. My kids loved this book so much too. What a great way to teach history. Kids cannot help but be entertained because Nat Geo Kids knows what kids want and delivers it in spades.