Kid presidents: True Tales of Childhood from America’s Presidents by David Stabler

20690923Kid presidents: True Tales of Childhood from America’s Presidents by David Stabler is a book of just that American presidents when they were kids. The book is an excellent source of information about the childhood lives of many American presidents. The book is presents in a way that gets children today interested in history.

The information is presented in a humorous and engaging way. By presenting information this way children will realize that they do not have to be perfect or great at everything they do; they just need to have motivation, interest, and the will to succeed in order to be successful. By reading this book children will learn that they to can have a positive impact on the world they live in.

This story shows that the American Presidents were normal children. Some were outdoorsy. Some were bratty. Some were brainy. Some were a complete mix. I loved the illustrations of the presidents. The illustrations really enhanced the book. The childhood biographies and fun facts helped to make the book interesting for children and adults.

This book could easily be used by parents and teachers to help children become interested in history and to learn about the popular and not so popular American Presidents.

star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597star_png1597I highly recommend this book. I give this book a 5/5 stars.

I received this book from Quirk Books via Netgalley.

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