Bill Clinton: Forty-Second President 1993-2001

Bill Clinton Forty Second President Fans of Venezia s highly praised artist biography series will be drawn to this new series Author presents the lives of U S presidents in an entirely fresh way with his unique format a blend of casual

  • Title: Bill Clinton: Forty-Second President 1993-2001
  • Author: Mike Venezia
  • ISBN: 9780516254609
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fans of Venezia s highly praised artist biography series will be drawn to this new series Author presents the lives of U.S presidents in an entirely fresh way with his unique format a blend of casual prose, historical reproductions, and amusing original illustrations Special sales potential in historical museums and in schools to celebrate Presidents Day.Grades K Fans of Venezia s highly praised artist biography series will be drawn to this new series Author presents the lives of U.S presidents in an entirely fresh way with his unique format a blend of casual prose, historical reproductions, and amusing original illustrations Special sales potential in historical museums and in schools to celebrate Presidents Day.Grades K 4 Social Studies StandardsPower, Authority, Governance VI Distinguish among local, state, and national government and identify representative leaders at these levels such as mayor, governor, and president.Civic Ideals and Practice X Identify key ideals of the United States democratic republican form of government, such as individual human dignity, liberty, justice, equality, and the rule of law Recognize that a variety of formal and informal actors influence and shape public policy.

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    1. This book, written by Mike Venezia, is about Bill Clinton's life and his time in the White House. He was the 42nd President, he won because he seemed to be able to give the voters and the United States a fresh start. This book goes through and talks about his childhood and how he came to be named Bill Clinton. (He took his step-fathers name). All throughout school people said that Clinton seemed to be more grown-up than other kids his age, I believe that's due to what he went through as a child. [...]

    2. Getting to Know the U.S. Presidents by Mike Venezia is my favorite picture book series on the Presidents. These books make history fun with their humorous cartoons and interesting, easy to follow facts. Elementary schools and libraries would be remiss in not purchasing the entire collection.

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