In an innovative approach that marries news coverage and curriculum, in The Presidency students not only read about the executive branch and presidents, but also directly hear the words and see video of presidents as they learn about them.
With the swipe of a finger, students, teachers, librarians, and parents can access engaging interactive timelines of the U.S. presidency, quizzes, and slideshows.
These interactive features provide an in-depth look at primary elections, campaigning, the election process, and the most recent election. This interactive book features award-winning photos and video culled from AP’s rich historical archive, and it pairs them with clear, succinct, age-level appropriate explanations.
Readers can also tap their way through a brief history of democracy, and browse through pictures of influential first ladies. After that, they can click through an interactive timeline of the U.S. presidents from George Washington onward, as well as learn about the importance of televised presidential debates, voting behavior, swing states, and the Electoral College.