This post may contain affiliate links.
Today is Constitution Day in the United States- a day to celebrate and commemorate the Constitution being written on September 17, 1787. In honor of this, I get to review another great story book from Little Patriot Press. I have previously reviewed two other books written by Peter & Cheryl Barnes: Liberty Lee’s Tail of Independence and Woodrow for President. Today I get to tell you a little about their latest book, Woodrow, The White House Mouse.
I have been so impressed by these books. My kids and I have really enjoyed reading the stories. They detail, in such a fun way, the election process, the inauguration, the White House, the duties of the president, the branches of government, and more. It is written in rhyming stanzas making it lots of fun to read. The illustrations are adorable, too. This book continues the story of Woodrow as he makes it into the White House and becomes President of the United Mice of America. He is a busy mouse and has so many new duties to fulfil!
About Woodrow the White House Mouse:
Woodrow G. Washingtail is back and ready to get to work as Commander-in-Cheese of the United Mice of America! A follow-up to Woodrow for President, Woodrow, the White House Mouse teaches children about the presidency, as well as the art, architecture and history of the White House. Written and illustrated by the bestselling and award-winning duo, Peter and Cheryl Barnes, Woodrow, the White House Mouse delights and amuses children as they learn about everything from inauguration day and the president’s duties to the Easter egg roll and the East Wing. Perfect for kids 5-8 years old, children will be educated and entertained as President Washingtail and his family work and play in the greatest mouse house of all.
About Peter and Cheryl Barnes:
Peter and Cheryl Barnes are the author/illustrator team behind many books featuring animal characters that teach children about history and government, including the bestselling House Mouse, Senate Mouse, which teaches how Congress makes our laws, and Woodrow the White House Mouse, about the White House and the job of the president.
Peter is a journalist and broadcaster who reports on public policy issues in Washington, D.C. Cheryl is an illustrator with a background in architecture. They live in Alexandria, Virginia, have two grown daughters, and are very proud grandparents of Tristan James Joyce.
Thanks to TLC Book Tours for contacting me and allowing me to be a part of this blog tour.
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review and was not compensated in any other way.