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Our White House: Looking In, Looking Out

by National Children's Book and Literacy Alliance

Other authors: Stephen Alcorn (Contributor), Gigi Amateau (Contributor), Judith Amateau (Contributor), M.T. Anderson (Contributor), Jennifer Armstrong (Contributor)110 more, Jeannine Atkins (Contributor), Tony Auth (Contributor), Natalie Babbitt (Contributor), Mary Brigid Barrett (Contributor), Sophie Blackall (Contributor), Jess M. Brallier (Contributor), Calef Brown (Contributor), Don Brown (Contributor), Joseph Bruchac (Contributor), Robert Byrd (Contributor), Meg Cabot (Contributor), Eric Carle (Contributor), Nancy Carpenter (Contributor), Jimmy Carter (Contributor), Joe Cepeda (Contributor), R. Gregory Christie (Contributor), John Y. Cole (Contributor), Michael L. Cooper (Contributor), Susan Cooper (Contributor), Marguerite W. Davol (Contributor), Kate DiCamillo (Contributor), Charles Dickens (Contributor), Diane Dillon (Contributor), Leo Dillon (Contributor), Carol Dyer (Contributor), Jane Dyer (Contributor), Timothy Basil Ering (Contributor), Lou Fancher (Contributor), Russell Freedman (Contributor), Tony Fucile (Contributor), Jean Craighead George (Contributor), Leonid Gore (Contributor), Max Grafe (Contributor), Barbara Harrison (Contributor), Kevin Hawkes (Contributor), Mary Henry (Contributor), Homer Hickam (Contributor), Lee Bennett Hopkins (Contributor), Polly Horvath (Contributor), Bagram Ibatoulline (Contributor), Paul B. Janeczko (Contributor), Paul Jennings (Contributor), Steve Johnson (Contributor), Stephane Jorisch (Contributor), Steven Kellogg (Contributor), Barbara Kerley (Contributor), Ralph Ketcham (Contributor), Elizabeth Cody Kimmel (Contributor), Bob Kolar (Contributor), Kathleen Krull (Contributor), Jim La Marche (Contributor), Stephanie Loer (Contributor), William Low (Contributor), PJ Lynch (Contributor), David Macaulay (Cover artist), Patricia MacLachlan (Contributor), Gregory Maguire (Contributor), Leonard S Marcus (Contributor), Albert Marrin (Contributor), Petra Mathers (Contributor), David McCullough (Introduction), Emily Arnold McCully (Contributor), Megan McDonald (Contributor), Fredrick L Mckissack (Contributor), Patricia Mckissack (Contributor), Milton Meltzer (Contributor), Maybelle Mercer (Contributor), Wendell Minor (Contributor), Barry Moser (Illustrator), Roxie Munro (Contributor), Walter Dean Myers (Contributor), Claire Nivola (Contributor), Linda Sue Park (Contributor), Katherine Paterson (Contributor), Richard Peck (Contributor), Stephanie True Peters (Contributor), Matt Phelan (Contributor), Jerry Pinkney (Contributor), Tom Pohrt (Contributor), Don Powers (Contributor), Jack Prelutsky (Contributor), James Ransome (Contributor), Chris Raschka (Contributor), Mike Reagan (Contributor), Lynda Johnson Robb (Contributor), Barry Root (Contributor), SD Schindler (Contributor), Jon Scieszka (Contributor), Brian Selznick (Contributor), Chris Sheban (Contributor), Anita Silvey (Contributor), Peter Sis (Contributor), David Slonim (Contributor), David Small (Contributor), Jerry Spinelli (Contributor), Sarah Stewart (Contributor), Matt Tavares (Contributor), Mark Teague (Contributor), Stephanie S Tolan (Contributor), Chris Van Dusen (Contributor), Andrea Wesson (Contributor), Walt Whitman (Contributor), Terry Widener (Contributor), Nancy Willard (Contributor), Mark London Williams (Contributor), Michael Winerip (Contributor), Virginia Euwer Wolff (Contributor), Jane Yolen (Contributor), Ed Young (Contributor), James Young (Contributor)

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More than one hundred leading authors and illustrators donate their talents to a collection of essays, personal accounts, historical fiction, and poetry which looks at America's history through the prism of the White House.
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White House, Washington D.C., poetry, art, history, John Adams, Abigail Adams, Padraig Tomas O'Deorain, 1800s, slaves, Thomas Jefferson, kitchen gardens, War of 1812, Dolley Madison, dresses, first ladies, Mary Todd Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln, Civil War, Frances Cleveland, Grover Cleveland, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, William Taft, Woodrow Wilson, Herbert Hoover, Dwight Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, pets, Robert Kennedy, Watergate, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, secret service, Dick Cheney, 9-11, Laura Bush, fossils, Easter Egg roll, William Clark, Meriwether Lewis, Lewis and Clark, James Madison, fire, James Monroe, portraits, Native Americans, John Quincy Adams, Adams Field, Davy Crocket, cows, annexation, Charles Dickens, Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, James A. Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, Warren G. Harding, press, suffragists, national parks, Jane Rogers, Alice Paul, depression, drought, rain, speeches, freedom of speech, freedom, Harry Truman, 1940s, 1930s, ghosts, space race, doctors, Jackie Bouvier Kennedy, Cold War, Cuban Missile Crisis, dogs, Martin Luther King, Christmas, Bill Clinton, baseball,
  mcghol | Aug 26, 2019 |
1. Summary - This book is composed of short stories and small tributes from 108 Authors and Illustrators. This book includes facts such as how the White House was built, the different types of presidents and their backgrounds as well as stories of events while they lived in the house. This book also contains some of the struggles the White House went through such as it catching fire in 1813 during Madison's term. And so much more fun little facts that are included that there are to many to describe in such short frame of time.

2. Personal Reaction - I thought this book was great! I loved all the fun facts I leaned and relearned! I thought that this was well put together considering all the authors in such a short book. Basically each author had 2-3 pages. It flowed through the eras and the presidents and happy times and struggles.

3. Extension Ideas -
1. I could use this book to tie into a history lesson and give fun facts about presidents when I go over them.
2. I could use this book to expand vocabulary and knowledge on White House terminology such as the Oval Office.
  mw193322 | Dec 3, 2017 |
This is a collection of several stories, both real and imagined of the white house. Some are held within its walls, some are biographies, and some are short blurbs like the dresses the "First ladies of the white house" wore. There were "eye witness" accounts of events, some were funny or strange accounts like that of Mrs. Cleavland who married a president who stepped in as her father figure once her own father had passed. There were even some cartoons, like the one of President Hoover. There are so many stories and events all written by different authors. It is an amazing and interesting collection that keeps you interested until the last page.
  rwetherell | Nov 18, 2010 |
Reviewed by Allison Fraclose for TeensReadToo.com

On March 14, 1792, building commissioners in charge of the newly planned capitol city of the infant United States government issued a call for designs on a presidential mansion. The person who submitted the winning design would win five hundred dollars or a medal of the same value for their plans.

Over the next few years, with the combined efforts of world renowned builders, immigrant workers, and even slaves, the most famous house in the country rose from the ground, and admitted its first official residents--John and Abigail Adams--in the year 1800.

Today, that same house serves as much more than just the living quarters of the presidential family. Historic events that have shaped the course of the United States have taken place within its walls. On the flipside, some of the most insignificant things that have happened there have kept not only the nation, but the entire world, intrigued for generations.

From devastating fires to the antics of the president's children, from whacky pets to the ghosts of former residents, from the press corps to the secret service, and from weddings to some really tough decisions...these are only a few small slices of what this house has seen.

To the hundreds of beings who stay, visit, and work in this house every day, and to the millions of people affected by what happens in it, the White House serves as a symbol of hope, peace, and togetherness, making it not just a presidential house, but a house that belongs to all.

This impressive collection of stories, anecdotes, essays, and illustrations has been assembled by the National Children's Book and Literacy Alliance to offer a wide range of insight into how this historic house has shaped and changed so many lives. They've also put together a comprehensive website at www.ourwhitehouse.org which expands on the information and stories featured in the book. You can even download a Barack Obama sticker to add to the line of presidents found in the book's timetable. ( )
  GeniusJen | Oct 12, 2009 |
You can help nurture political junkies with this terrific book!

I have shared this book with several groups from pre-schoolers to adults and all have found aspects to gravitate to. The book is broken down into units that cluster similar themes together as well as providing chronological sections. I loved the variety of authors included and vivid artwork. ( )
  blufordgill2 | Mar 27, 2009 |
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Contains:
  • Introduction / David McCullough
  • Looking In, Looking Out / Gregory Maguire
  • Part I
    • From the Foundation Up / illustration by Bagram Ibatoulline
    • The White House First Residents / Jane Yolen; illustrated by Petra Mathers
    • Testimony of Padraig Tomás Ó 'Deoráin: 1801 / imagined and illustrated by Mary Brigid Barrett
    • Slaves Helped Build the White House! / Walter Dean Myers
    • Thomas Jefferson, 1743-1826 / Milton Meltzer
    • White House Colonial Kitchen Gardens / Stephanie Loer; illustrated by S.D. Schindler
    • Jefferson's Monstrous Bones / Barbara Kerley
    • Bones on the Floor / illustrated by Brian Selznick
    • An Unusual Guest / Elizabeth Cody Kimmel
    • The Capital City in 1800 / illustrated by Mike Reagan
  • Part II
    • Struggling to Stand / illustration by Wendell Minor
    • The White House Prepares for War: 1812 / Ralph Ketcham
    • The Burning of the White House / Susan Cooper
    • Dolley Madison Rescues George Washington / written and illustrated by Don Brown
    • The First White House Memoir: 1865 / Paul Jennings; illustrated by R. Gregory Christie
    • Another All-American girl / Meg Cabot
    • From the Walls of the White House / Kathleen Krull; illustrated by Robert Byrd
    • Visiting the Great Father / Joseph Bruchac; illustrated by Max Grafe
    • Sneaking into Adams Field / Michael Winerip
    • Andy and Me / Marguerite W. Davol; illustrated by Tom Pohrt
    • The White House Cow / Richard Peck; illustrated by Barry Root
  • Part III
    • Annexation and Division / illustration by Timothy Basil Ering
    • From American Notes / Charles Dickens; illustrated by Claire Nivola
    • On Looking into Dresses Worn by the "First Ladies" of the White House (paper doll cut-outs), 1938 / Nancy Willard; illustrated with original book cover and paper dolls by Maybelle Mercer
    • Elizabeth Keckly: Seamstress to First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln, 1861-1865 / Patricia C. and Fredrick L. McKissack; illustrated by Leo and Diane Dillon
    • High Spirits in the Lincoln White House / Russell Freedman
    • Mary Todd Lincoln Speaks of Her Son's Death, 1862 / Paul B. Janeczko
    • Memoir by Mary Henry: Eyewitness to the Civil War in the City of Washington
    • In Early April / Kate DiCamillo; illustrated by Chris Sheban
  • Part IV
    • One Lamp Lights Another / illustration by Nancy Carpenter
    • Mrs. Cleveland, White House Bride / Jennifer Armstrong
    • Seven from Ohio (for Some Reason) / written and illustrated by Natalie Babbitt
    • The Eyes and Ears of the Public / Katherine Paterson; illustrated by Andréa Wesson
    • Theodore Roosevelt's Letters to His Children / Leonard S. Marcus
    • TR's Family and Friends / illustration by Chris Van Dusen
    • Storming Down the Stairs / Albert Marrin
    • Executive Order for Nature / Jean Craighead George
    • America's Wilderness / illustration by David Slonim
    • William Howard Taft: President, 1909-1913 / Virginia Euwer Wolff; illustrated by Kevin Hawkes
  • Part V
    • With Courage and Determination / illustration by Emily Arnold McCully
    • Eyewitness to History / Stephanie S. Tolan
    • Woodrow Wilson's Work Without End / Jeannine Atkins; illustrated by Jerry Pinkney
    • Hoover's One Term / written and illustrated by Matt Phelan
    • A Rainmaker in the White House / Michael Cooper
    • Portrait of FDR / illustration by Barry Moser
    • The Four Freedoms: From Franklin D. Roosevelt's Address to Congress, January 6, 1941
    • Freedom of Speech / illustration by Calef Brown
    • Freedom to Worship / illustration by Peter Sís
    • Freedom from Want / illustration by Ed Young
    • Freedom from Fear / illustration by Stephen Alcorn
    • Hands / Patricia MacLachlan; illustrated by P.J. Lynch
    • A Perfect Image / Linda Sue Park; illustrated by Stéphane Jorisch
    • A Note for the President / Jerry Spinelli; illustrated by Terry Widener
    • The House Haunts / M.T. Anderson; illustrated by Mark Teague
    • A Prayer for Peace: From Dwight D. Eisenhower's Farewell Address to the Nation
    • Good Nights / Lee Bennett Hopkins; illustrated by William Low
  • Part VI
    • The People's House / illustration by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher
    • The Kennedy White House / Barbara Harrison
    • The White House, the Moon, and a Coal Miner's Son / Homer Hickam; illustrated by Joe Cepeda
    • A White House Physician / James Young, M.D.
    • A White Mouse in the White House / Anita Silvey
    • Escape Map / Mark London Williams
    • The Presidential Pet / written and illustrated by Stephen Kellogg
    • My Room / Lynda Johnson Robb; illustrated by Jane Dyer
    • White House Souvenir / Polly Horvath; illustrated by Sophie Blackall
    • Robert F. Kennedy's Remarks on the Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
    • Black White House/White Black House / illustration by Chris Raschka
    • Watergate White House / illustration by Tony Auth
    • President Richard M. Nixon's Final Remarks to the White House Staff
    • President Nixon's Letter of Resignation
  • Part VII
    • The Great House Endures / illustration by Roxie Munro
    • From Christmas in Plains: Memories / Jimmie Carter; illustrated by Don Powers
    • The White House / Jon Sciesczka; illustrated by Tony Fucile
    • Ronald Reagan / photograph by Diana Walker
    • From Ronald Reagan's Farewell Address to the Nation
    • Letter to George, Jeb, Neil, Marvin, and Doro Bush from George H.W. Bush
    • George H.W. Bush / photograph by Diane Walker
    • The Secret Service / Jess M. Brallier; illustrated by David Small
    • I live in the White House / Jack Prelutsky; illustrated by Jim LaMarche
    • From Meet the Press with Tim Russert: Interview with Vice President Dick Cheney, September 16, 2001
    • From the 9/11 Commission report
    • Visiting the White House / Sarah Stewart
    • Backstairs at the White House / illustrations by David Small
    • The Green House / Megan McDonald
    • The First Pitch / Stephanie True Peters; illustrated by Matt Tavares
    • Wanted: Magnanimous, Exquisite Woman! / Gigi Amateau
    • Mrs. Bush inspires a National Book Festival / John Y. Cole; poster by Carol Dyer
    • 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.: Who's in the White House? / created by Bob Kolar
    • The White House by Moonlight / Walt Whitman; illustrated by James Ransome
    • The White House Easter Egg Roll, 2003 / painting by Eric Carle
    • A Big Chair to Fill / illustration by Leonid Gore
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