Being the President of the United States is a tough job. This informative book tells the reader what it takes to be president, while delving into how our past presidents have stayed true to themselves, and their unique personalities while in office.
Theodore Roosevelt's children didn't just have pets, they ran a zoo. They had dogs, cats, guinea pigs, snakes, mice, rats, badgers, raccoons, parrots, and a Shetland pony called Algonquin.
To cheer up his sick brother, young Quentin once took Algonquin upstairs in the White House elevator.
Swimmer - John Quincy AdamsCar Racer - Ulysses GrantCroquet - Rutherford HayesSplitting wood - Ronald ReaganGolf - JFK
Golf was big with Presidents. Dwight Eisenhower and John Kennedy were especially good. But when Gerald Ford, George Bush, and Bill Clinton teamed up for a golf game, three of their shots clobbered spectators!