Join Rush Revere on another action packed journey Rush and his friends head back in time to the early days of our independent nation to watch the early American presidents George Washington, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson in action Hey there, young readers Rush Revere here I cant wait to rush, rush, rush to history with our next adventure a trip back in time to the first days of our country on its own two legs, free from British rule Whats that, Liberty Liberty wants me to say on its own four legs Anyway, as I was sayingfree from British rule and creating a new government for the people, by the people When one of the time traveling crew from Manchester Middle School decides to run for student body president, I take them back to meet our first three presidents and first ladies So, join us as we head back to those amazing and important first years, when we got to make all the decisions Turns out, its pretty hard to lead a whole new country We had to make new rules for America and set the path for the country we would grow up to be And who better to be our first ever leader than the general who won the warGeorge Washington He was the father of our country and made some incredible decisions that still affect how we live our lives today But even so, President Washington knew that he couldnt stay president forever or we might end up with a king, just like England Well watch as he makes his tough decision to step down to spend time with Martha Washington and his adopted grandchildren, Nelly and Wash Then well saddle up and ride into the presidency of John Adams, who followed in some very big footsteps with the help of his accomplished wife, Abigail Then well rush, rush, rush to the year 1803, when Thomas Jefferson continues the mission of creating America by making a risky decision to buy a lot of land from the French in the Louisiana Purchase, which than doubles our size Using advice from the early presidents, first ladies, and a former U.S congressman, the crew works to defeat an old nemesis The question is will it be enough What are you waiting for Bring your curiosity and lets giddyup...
|Title||:||Rush Revere and the Presidency|
|Publisher||:||Threshold Editions 2nd edition November 22, 2016|
|Number of Pages||:||272 pages|
|File Size||:||976 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Rush Revere and the Presidency Reviews
I have gotten all the Rush Revere books for my grandchildren and then I read them first. They love them and, as a former American History teacher, I appreciate the reading of "real" American History rather than the revisionist history the kids get today. I'm assuming that Rush and his wife will be doing a book on the Supreme Court and also on Alexander Hamilton as the first Secretary of the Treasury and the establishment of the capitalist system for the U.S. I have also recommended the books to other grandparents and parents for their kids as well.
As a 68 year old veteran, I've read every Rush Revere book. Although I learned much of the book's contents as a boy, I thoroughly enjoyed going back in time to learn first hand the early history of our country! Right from the horse's mouth, you might say (thank you Liberty)!
Rush writes the most amazing books. I have the complete series, both hard back and audio books for all of them. When they come out in a group of 5 I will have them for my soon to be 7 year old Granddaughter....
After lights-out and electronics-off at night, we allow our 13 yr old to listen to CDs as she's falling asleep and she loves this one! She's listened to the whole series as an 11-12 yr old and when this came out, we thought she might be too old now, but she wanted it and listens to it over and over.
Excellent book, well written and engaging for the kids (and the adults). These books provide an easy, engaging way to learn history (our true history), and to want to read and learn more. For most kids, history is boring, memorizing dates and places. These books take you to the events and immerse you in them, so you understand what really happened, and the meaning and importance. If we taught history this way (our true history, in an engaging way) America would be a much better place today.
Thank you for providing Rush's books at a reasonable price. I now have all five and they are really well written with beautiful illustrations. The stories are told in a manner appealing to children which is excellent in prompting them to read but so many details are either forgotten or have never been taught to adults! Thus these books are enjoyable to all and I'd highly recommend them to families particularly when so many public schools have ceased United States history and civics classes.
These books are fabulous! I was, at first, surprised at how well received they were by kids even in 6th and 7th grade. The books are beautifully produced with nice paper, great illustrations/pictures and the characters are durable! Both boys and girls like them and don't seem to tire of them. We have the entire series, plus the audiobook versions. They are listened to repeatedly in the car or at night.
You will enjoy this series of books as much as I have, and I am a middle aged man. The history inside is fun to read, and I have forgotten some of it over the years. But for children and young adults, this is for you. I will not give away any spoilers.