American Presidents Coloring Book by Peter F. Copeland

By Peter F. Copeland

From George Washington to Donald J. Trump, this fact-filled coloring e-book chronicles the background of all forty five US Presidents. every one leader government is depicted in a picture drawn from actual lifestyles, and so much snap shots characteristic backgrounds that replicate major occasions from the president's management. each representation incorporates a targeted caption, making this e-book a realistic reference in addition to a resource of coloring fun.

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