What Is the President's Job?

Allison Singer (Author)
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Description

Find out what the president does as you learn about the executive branch of government and see what a day in the life of the commander in chief is really like.

This leveled DK Reader will build reading skills while teaching exciting political vocabulary and showing how the leader of the United States helps decide the country's laws, what traditions the president takes part in, and how the POTUS meets with other countries to make sure there is peace and goodwill.

Travel to Washington, DC, and take a sneak peek inside the Oval Office to see what it takes to be president in What is the President's Job?

Perfect for 5-7 year olds beginning to read fluently with support, Level 2 titles contain carefully selected photographic images to complement the text, providing strong visual clues to build vocabulary and confidence. Additional information spreads are full of extra fun facts, developing the topics through a range of nonfiction presentation styles such as diagrams and activities.

Product Details

Price
$14.99
Publisher
DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
Publish Date
January 03, 2017
Pages
48
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.4 X 9.1 inches | 0.45 pounds
Language
English
Type
Library Binding
EAN/UPC
9781465457493

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About the Author

Allison Singer is a tap-dancing children's book editor and author from New Jersey. She has also lived in London, where she enjoyed spending all of her money on West End musicals and Jaffa Cakes.

Reviews

"A starter volume for newly independent readers... Singer presents both the basic responsibilities--meeting foreign leaders, working with Congress to pass laws, being in charge of the armed forces that "keep Americans safe"--and steady rounds of public appearances and speeches. She also lays out presidential qualifications..., explains how election campaigns and voting work, and offers quick tours of Washington, D.C., and the White House." -Kirkus