Children of Presidents

The President’s House, 1800 to the Present: A First Daughter Shares the History and Secrets of the World's Most Famous Home, by Margaret Truman

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A customer recently called me to tell me that he loved The President’s House, by Margaret Truman, so when I gave a talk in Northern Virginia a few days later, I passed on the recommendation to the group. The next customer who read it just called to tell me that he is really enjoying this book, too. Several of the book reviews said that it is a fun and interesting look at the White House written by a woman who has a deep love for this national icon because she was lucky enough to grow up there. 

What to Do about Alice? How Alice Roosevelt Broke the Rules, Charmed the World, and Drove Her Father Teddy Crazy!

By Barbara Kerley

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Theodore Roosevelt had a small problem. Her name was Alice. Alice Lee Roosevelt was hungry to go places, meet people, do things! Father called it running riot. Alice called it eating up the world. Whether she was entertaining important White House visitors with her pet snake or traveling the globe, Alice bucked convention and turned every new experience into an adventure!

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The Notes: Ronald Reagan's Private Collection of Stories and Wisdom

By Ronald Reagan

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From the bestselling editor of The Reagan Diaries come the newly disclosed notebooks of Ronald Reagan that bring to light his most intimate thoughts and favorite quotations.

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What To Do About Alice? : how Alice Roosevelt broke the rules, charmed the world, and drove her father Teddy crazy!

By Barbara Kerley

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A brief biography in pictures and simple text of Alice Roosevelt, the daughter of Theodore Roosevelt and his first wife. J921 Longw

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The President's Daughter

By Kimberly Brubaker Bradley

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A fictionalized account of ten-year-old Ethel Roosevelt's early experiences in the White House after her father, Theodore Roosevelt, becomes president in 1901. J Fic Bra
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