1 edition of Presidential pets found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Julia Moberg ; illustrated by Jeff Albrecht|
|Series||An imagine book|
|Contributions||Albrecht, Jeff, ill|
|LC Classifications||E176.48 .M62 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011047785|
Presidential Pets. 76 likes. This look at the animal residents of the White House introduces each set of pets with a funny verse along with facts, presidential stats, and cartoon ers: Presidential Pets The Weird, Wacky, Little, Big, Scary, Strange Animals That Have Lived in the White House Julia Moberg Illustrated by Jeff Albrecht Studios An Imagine Book, Charlesbridge Publishing, In this kid’s book about presidential pets, the author has written a short poem for every president; she starts with George Washington and ends with.
Imagine life at the White House as a pet. Throughout history, Presidents and their families have had pets. In this leveled book, read about this menagerie from cows to lion cubs. Specifications Book: 12 pages, 6 3/8″ x 8 1/4″ Guided Reading Level: L Intervention/Reading Recovery Level: 20 Seedling Level: Transitional Word Count: An Imagine Book, Charlesbridge Publishing, In this kid’s book about presidential pets, the author has written a short poem for every president; she starts with George Washington and ends with Barrack Obama.
I've been anxiously awaiting a book from the lovable scrumptious Mo Rocca and he has seriously delivered. This is a smart and funny satire that peels away the layers of the decsion making red tape in the White House to reveal a policy dictated by Presidential pets.5/5(5). Presidential Pets (Book): Driscoll, Laura: Many of our presidents have had extraordinary pets including an alligator, tiger cubs, elephants, bald eagles, a hippo, a bear, a zebra, and a coyote. This easy reader, with photos and illustrations, will have stories about many of these animals - including the Obama's dog, which according to a recent interview with Michelle Obama, will .
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45 rows History of White House dogs. The first White House dog to receive regular newspaper coverage was Warren G.
Harding's dog Laddie Boy. Pets also featured on presidential elections. Herbert Hoover got a "Belgian Police Dog" (Belgian Malinois), King Tut, during his campaign and pictures of him with his new dog were sent all across the United States.
In Franklin D. Presidential Pets Paperback – Aug by Laura Driscoll (Author)5/5(1). Presidential Pets: The Weird, Wacky, Little, Big, Scary, Strange Animals That Have Lived In The White House [Moberg, Julia, Jeff Albrecht Studios] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Presidential Pets: The Weird, Wacky, Little, Big, Scary, Strange Animals That Have Lived In The White House/5(56). Presidential Pets is colorful and informative book about all the pets that all of the Presidents have ever had in the white house.
This book also tells silly stories about the pets that have lived in the white house. Grades This book could be used in a history class when talking about presidents or an English class when learning to research/5.
44 rows U.S. presidents and their families have typically liked animals. Creatures from mice. Presidential pets The search for the nation’s first dog became a national obsession with countless people chiming in on what breed of dog the Obamas should get.
This book about presidential pets is at best a browsing book. A two-page spread is devoted to each president and his pet(s). Each entry begins with a poem about the president and the pet. Three more sections offer additional information on the presidents term of office, accomplishments and other trivia/5.
School Library Journal. This is a great introduction to presidential history by way of looking at pets that have lived in the White House, from alligators to pigs and everything in between. The Presidential Pet Museum is currently closed for renovations. It was founded in as a means of preserving information, artifacts, and items related to the presidential pets.
Hundreds of items of interest are displayed for lovers of pets, presidents, and pet trivia. Millie was a springer spaniel belonging to President George H.W. Bush. Millie became a mother during her time in the White House.
One of Millie's puppies, Spot, returned to the White House in under the ownership of George W. Bush. Millie also. Warren Harding's dog had his own chair at Cabinet meetings, and Socks, Bill Clinton's cat, was the first presidential pet with his own website. Meet the animal companions of 30 Chief Executives in this playful coloring book, from George Washington's horses and.
Some of the more unusual U.S. presidential pets have been gifts from other world leaders. James Buchanan, the 15th president, received a herd of elephants from the King of Siam (now called Thailand). The Sultan of Oman gave Martin Van Buren, the eighth president, a pair of tiger cubs.
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Thank you for your patience/5(3). Get this from a library. Presidential pets. [Laura Driscoll; Christian Slade] -- Many of our presidents have had extraordinary pets including an alligator, tiger cubs, elephants, bald eagles, a hippo, a bear, a zebra, and a coyote.
This easy reader, with photos and illustrations. Many of our presidents have had extraordinary pets, including an alligator, tiger cubs, elephants, bald eagles, and many more. This informative easy reader, with photos and illustrations, has stories about many of these animals and the presidents who loved them.
As presidential dogs Bo and Sunny prepare to leave the White House with the Obamas here’s a look back at some of the presidential pets who have. Explain that to learn more about presidential pets and to provide choices for the new presidents, a reporter, you, will read a website article.
Project and read the national geographic kids website article Presidential Pets. After reading, ask students to show a thumbs up if the article is nonfiction, or a thumbs down if it is fiction. Discover Presidential Pets Museum in Williamsburg, Virginia: The "first cat," "first dog," and even a presidential pygmy hippo all get their due in this museum.
Presidential Pets Since World War II. The official portrait of the Obama family dog, "Bo", a Portuguese water dog, on the South Lawn of the White House. J 1 of previous page page # 1 page # 2 next page.
play. next photo. Filter by. Unorthodox presidential pets were owned by John Quincy Adams, the sixth president, who was in office from toand his wife, Louisa Adams. The Adamses kept an alligator that was gifted to the President by the Marquis de Lafayette, a French aristocrat who fought in the American Revolutionary War.She was the only White House pet to have written a book, “Millie’s Book: As Dictated to Barbara Bush.” Socks and Buddy.
Bill Clinton’s presidential pets included the famous Socks, the black and white American Shorthair cat and later on Buddy, a chocolate Labrador retriever.Yes, a hippo! This mini-book helps kids explore animal names as they learn about pets in the White House! by: Nancy I. Sanders Mini-Book Details.
Grade: K - 1; Subject: Foundational Skills, Sequencing, Famous Figures, Presidential Pets (Animal Names) Presidential Pets (Animal Names) Page 9 of 9.