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The House that George Built - A Story of the U.S. Constitution
by Jennifer Bingham
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About the Book

What makes the United States different from other countries?

Why do we have elections?

How do we figure out who becomes president?

Who makes the laws?

The answer to these questions (and many others) can be found in a document written over 200 years ago – The Constitution!

The House that George Built explains the Constitution in a way we all can understand. Real-life photos give you a personal tour of the people and places mentioned throughout the book.

Keep reading and you will even discover the secret reason why George Washington and the other founding Fathers fought so hard to write the Constitution in the first place.

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Created on: Apr-15-2015   Last updated:  Apr-15-2015
Format: 7.75"x5.75" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Color - Photo Book
Theme: Children    Privacy: Everyone
Preview Limit: 28 Pages
Tags:
children    common core    Constitution    education    history   
 
About Author
Jen
Joined: Jul-16-2010

Jennifer is "that teacher" who loves what she teaches and hopes to provoke interest in her students. The House That George Built is just one attempt to make what matters memorable and to insure that what's memorable matters.

She will be joining the nation's teachers in celebrating National Constitution Day on September 17th and hopes this may be a resource to help young learners better understand the blessings they will inherit because of The Constitution.