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Books in The Greatest U.S. Presidents series

  • John Tyler: Our Tenth President

    Steven Ferry

    Library Binding (Childs World Inc, Aug. 1, 2008)
    Presents the life, career, and accomplishments of the tenth president of the United States, John Tyler. Includes some facts about the presidency.
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  • Rutherford B. Hayes: Our Nineteenth President

    Sandra Francis

    Library Binding (Childs World Inc, Aug. 8, 2008)
    A thorough, illustrated biography discussing the childhood, career, family, and term of Rutherford B. Hayes, nineteenth president of the United States.
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  • The Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt: Leading from the Bully Pulpit

    Emma Carlson-Berne

    Paperback (Compass Point Books, July 1, 2014)
    The charming and charismatic Theodore Roosevelt left a legacy that is still strong today. When Americans enjoy the country's many national parks, eat safe meat, or successfully transact business with a company of their choice, they have the progressive President Roosevelt to thank. Fiercely determined to protect the public good, the energetic Roosevelt worked tirelessly on behalf of his fellow citizens.
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  • The Presidency of George Washington: Inspiring a Young Nation

    Danielle Smith-Llera

    Paperback (Compass Point Books, July 1, 2014)
    George Washington knew he was setting an example in everything he did. The first American president had been a heroic military commander during the Revolutionary War, leading his forces to victory. As president he would guide the citizens of a new republic with a strong central government. No more would each state make its own decisions. Instead, they would band together, with the beloved Washington leading the way. It was up to him not to abuse the power of his mighty position.
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  • The Presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt: Confronting the Great Depression and World War II

    Don Nardo

    Paperback (Compass Point Books, July 1, 2014)
    Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the longest serving president in U.S. history, successfully guided Americans through two of the worst crises ever. He succeeded where others had failed in pulling the country back from the brink of collapse during the Great Depression. He lifted Americans' spirits and turned them away from fear and defeatism. Then came the horrors and devastation of World War II. The brilliant and courageous Roosevelt proved to be an outstanding commander in chief, leading the world to victory over the powers of evil.
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  • The Presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt: Confronting the Great Depression and World War II

    Don Nardo

    Library Binding (Compass Point Books, July 1, 2014)
    Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the longest serving president in U.S. history, successfully guided Americans through two of the worst crises ever. He succeeded where others had failed in pulling the country back from the brink of collapse during the Great Depression. He lifted Americans' spirits and turned them away from fear and defeatism. Then came the horrors and devastation of World War II. The brilliant and courageous Roosevelt proved to be an outstanding commander in chief, leading the world to victory over the powers of evil.
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  • The Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt: Leading from the Bully Pulpit

    Emma Carlson-Berne

    Library Binding (Compass Point Books, July 1, 2014)
    The charming and charismatic Theodore Roosevelt left a legacy that is still strong today. When Americans enjoy the country's many national parks, eat safe meat, or successfully transact business with a company of their choice, they have the progressive President Roosevelt to thank. Fiercely determined to protect the public good, the energetic Roosevelt worked tirelessly on behalf of his fellow citizens.
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  • The Presidency of Abraham Lincoln: The Triumph of Freedom and Unity

    Don Nardo

    Library Binding (Compass Point Books, July 1, 2014)
    Abraham Lincoln and the American Civil War are forever linked. The bloody conflict began in 1861, the year Lincoln was elected president. It ended in 1865, the year he was struck down by an assassin's bullet. During those years the admired and despised 16th president served as a brilliant commander in chief, ultimately keeping the nation together and freeing thousands of its enslaved people.
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  • Ronald Reagan: Our Fortieth President

    Cynthia Amoroso

    Library Binding (The Childs World Inc, Aug. 1, 2008)
    Presents the life, career, and accomplishments of the fortieth president of the United States.
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  • The Presidency of George Washington: Inspiring a Young Nation

    Danielle Smith-Llera

    Library Binding (Compass Point Books, July 1, 2014)
    George Washington knew he was setting an example in everything he did. The first American president had been a heroic military commander during the Revolutionary War, leading his forces to victory. As president he would guide the citizens of a new republic with a strong central government. No more would each state make its own decisions. Instead, they would band together, with the beloved Washington leading the way. It was up to him not to abuse the power of his mighty position.
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  • The Presidency of Abraham Lincoln: The Triumph of Freedom and Unity

    Don Nardo

    Paperback (Compass Point Books, July 1, 2014)
    Abraham Lincoln and the American Civil War are forever linked. The bloody conflict began in 1861, the year Lincoln was elected president. It ended in 1865, the year he was struck down by an assassin's bullet. During those years the admired and despised 16th president served as a brilliant commander in chief, ultimately keeping the nation together and freeing thousands of its enslaved people.
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  • James Buchanan: Our Fifteenth President

    Gerry Souter, Janet Souter

    Library Binding (Childs World Inc, Aug. 1, 2008)
    Presents the life, career, and accomplishments of the fifteenth president of the United States.
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