What Can A President Really Do?

Would you like to teach your child more about what a president can do? Check out this free ebook that is now ready to download from Penguin Young Readers. This book is not only informative for our children but can help lead to many constructive conversations about how democracy works as a government in our country.

What Can a President Really Do? was release on April 13th and other subsequent titles will be priced at $0.99. Two more e books titled in the Who HQ Presents series, Why Are Women Marching? and Who Pays Taxes?; with the fourth book in the series What is Earth Day? which will be released on April 21, 2017.

“With so much important news coming at us these days, we realized that many people—children, parents, families as a whole—might have basic questions that they don’t know the exact right answers to,” says Francesco Sedita, President & Publisher of Penguin Workshop. “And who better to help out than the Who HQ? Pulling from our huge library of books, our authors, and our knowledgeable staff, we believe these e-specials will help people find good answers to good questions.”

What Can a President Really Do? gives an explanation to children about the separation of powers and how the constitution’s system of checks and balances. The book also explains what decisions can make by himself as well as others that need to be approved by the other branches of government. The e-special also includes a list of examples of the types of executive orders issued by the President in years past.

To download this book, click here.

Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing these awesome books! I’m a new mother and while we’re still years away from having a conversation like this with our little one, it’s nice to know that there are some great options out there about how to start a conversation like this.
    I wish there was an option like this for me when I was younger. I’ve always been a reader and think these are perfect to teach and help start a conversation between children and their parents. I’m also happy I found this article the day after Earth Day! I think I’ll read that one myself!
    What other books do you suggest for young children that introduce them to sophisticated topics like these?

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