Loaded With Archival Photographs And Amazing Facts, The DK Biography Series Introduces Young Readers To Some Of History S Most Interesting And Influential Characters From His Early Life In Hawaii And Indonesia, To His Work As A Community Organizer In Chicago, To His First Months In The Oval Office, DK Biography Barack Obama Tells The Story Of The Th President Of The United StatesSupports The Common Core State Standards Good, easy read, lots of pictures targeted toward the young reader.
Quick way to get the basic background The Barack Obama biography is a great way to shed light on the life of Barack Obama This book has some very good parts explaining how certain things happened, which is it s strongpoint Like when Barack Obama goes back to Kenya My personal favorite part is when Obama starts to run for president This is my favorite part because I like to learn how he actually because president A text to text connection is in this book it talks about Barack Obama giving speeches it remind me of in a Martian Luther King Jr book I read it talked about how he also gave speeches I would recommend it to a friend but only if they are trying to learn about Barack Obama for school or for fun In conclusion, I think it was a very good book with some good parts and I would recommend it to a friend.
A quick, easy to read summary of his life.
With many quotes from Obama s own writings, this is a good summary of his works and story It flows nicer than Dreams of My Father This edition is only through his inauguration I liked the photo choices and information given on people involved in the major milestones of his life.
I think the book wasn t too bad, even though the order of events and importance was kind of shaky the book was still very well illustrated.
Geared toward adolescents, this was filled with photos and easy text 3.
5 Stars Politics aside, I like knowing about my President s life Here s my favorite quote, from a speech in the campaign for US Senate it sometimes appears that Americans today value nothing so much as being rich, thin, young, famous, safe and entertained And later, he wrote, If we aren t willing to pay a price for our values, if we aren t willing to make some sacrifices in order to realize them, then we should ask ourselves whether we truly believe in them at all.