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If the Walls Could Talk: Family Life at the White House Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-04 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 3 user ratings
ISBN:0689868634
LANGUAGE:English

" Fun book full of facts, fun illustrations, and just the type of trivia I'm hungry for before a visit to the White House. " said.

" Cartoonish drawing with pithy facts about White House families. Kid friendly and fun; stops at GW Bush. " said.

" Cole and I found this book about the White House to be very interesting and entertaining. We learned some facts. The illustrations were great, too! " said.

" A chronological caricature picture book of the U.S. Presidents from Washington to George W. Bush telling a little bit about their time in the White House and the changes they brought to it. I loved the illustrations and bits of memorable trivia about this famous house and its residence. Perfect for any elementary school library or classroom. " said.

"If The Walls Could Talk: Family Life at the White House is recommended for students in grades 3-6. It is a book that walks readers through the lives of the presidents in order from George Washington to George W. Bush. Throughout the book, interesting facts are mentioned relating to their stays at the White House. The presidents mentioned look like bobble heads and at the end of the book, each president answers a frequently asked question about the White House.

The trivia given throughout the book is funny, surprising, intriguing, and engaging. . The presidents are drawn with have oversized heads, looking much like bobble figures. Some also have dialogue bubbles with relevant facts and comments. The frequently asked questions section located in the back of the book also gave some useful information. The illustrations are in a political cartoon style. This story greatly reminded me of the book So You Want To Be President? It even had some similar facts represented throughout the book. This book would be best used in the classroom as an introduction to a government lesson, unit, or inquiry project.
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" Fun book full of facts, fun illustrations, and just the type of trivia I'm hungry for before a visit to the White House. " said.

" Cartoonish drawing with pithy facts about White House families. Kid friendly and fun; stops at GW Bush. " said.

" Cole and I found this book about the White House to be very interesting and entertaining. We learned some facts. The illustrations were great, too! " said.

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