The Next President: The Unexpected Beginnings and Unwritten Future of America's Presidents (Presidents Book for Kids; History of United St

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Price
$18.99  $17.47
Publisher
Chronicle Books
Publish Date
Pages
48
Dimensions
12.2 X 9.8 X 0.6 inches | 1.3 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781452174884

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About the Author

Kate Messner is an award-winning author whose many books for kids have been selected as Best Books by the New York Times, Junior Library Guild, IndieBound, and Bank Street College of Education. She lives on Lake Champlain with her family.

Adam Rex is the author and illustrator of many beloved picture books and novels, including Nothing Rhymes with Orange and the New York Times bestseller Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich. He has worked with the likes of Jon Scieszka, Mac Barnett, Jeff Kinney, and Neil Gaiman. He lives in Tucson, Arizona.

Reviews

An ingenious exploration of presidents that will encourage children to consider their own futures."- Booklist, Starred Review
"There are picture books aplenty about United States presidents, but make way for this breath of fresh air.. Rex breathes life into these illustrations, showing the humanity absent from official portraits. And Messner doesn't sugarcoat or whitewash history. awe-inspiring."-Horn Book Magazine, Starred Review
"[The Next President is a] vivacious exploration of the early lives of the leaders of the free world; an excellent nonfiction addition that will engage young history buffs."-School Library Journal, Starred Review
"[A]ccessible and informative. Clear, engaging, and fun."-Kirkus Reviews
"Ingeniously structured around inaugural years, [The Next President]'s softly textured digital vignettes are montaged to give a sense of events unfolding in many places and lives at once. readers may be convinced that the future is wide open-presidentially speaking."-Publishers Weekly, Starred Review