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August 10, 2016
There may not be any right way to celebrate President’s Day. Cherry pie is a nice dessert, but it’s not necessary. Wearing a stovepipe hat will help you stand out, but you aren’t likely to see too many other people sporting one. If you try to go through your day by voting democratically on every decision, you will probably find yourself alone pretty quickly.
But we think reading a book about our presidents, past and present, is a terrific way to observe the holiday and it may just provide you with a piece of information that will wow your friends!
President’s Day by Anne Rockwell and Lizzy Rockwell tells the story of a class celebrating the holiday by putting on a school play.
Learn more about our sixteenth president with Brad Meltzer’s Ordinary People Change the World: I Am Abraham Lincoln.
This National Geographic biography of George Washington is a colorful, inviting, entertaining biography of the Father of our Country.
To learn more about all of Our Country’s Presidents, this book from National Geographic will introduce you to all the men who have been called Mr. President.
Robert Sabuda’s lastest pop-up book isn’t about any one president, but it is about the place they call home, The White House!
You can find all these books and more in Reading Club flyers and online now!
February 15, 2016