Madam President




      Madam President
A little girl imagines what her day would be like if she were Madam President There would be executive orders to give, babies to kiss, tuna casseroles to veto or VETO and so much Not to mention that recess would definitely require security.With deadpan wit and hilarious illustrations, best selling picture book creator Lane Smith introduces readers to an unforgettable new character. New Download [ Madam President ] author [ Lane Smith ] – heartforum.co.uk

Smith was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, but moved to Corona, California at a young age He spent summers in Tulsa, however, and cites experiences there as inspirations for his work, saying that o nce you ve seen a 100 foot cement buffalo on top of a donut stand sic in the middle of nowhere, you re never the same He studied art in college at the encouragement of his high school art teacher, helping to pay for it by working as a janitor at Disneyland He graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in illustration, and moved to New York City, where he was hired to do illustrations for various publications including Time, Mother Jones, and Ms..Smith is married to Molly Leach, who is a book designer and designed the Smith Scieszka collaboration.http us.macmillan.com author lanesmith

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  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Madam President
  • Lane Smith
  • English
  • 01 April 2019
  • 1423108469

10 thoughts on “ Madam President

  1. Candace Robinson says:

    Super cute

  2. paula says:

    Here s a good idea pretend you are the president, and see how that makes you act In Madam President, Lane Smith who must be the hardest working, most civic minded dude in children s literature lays out all the qualities the president needs to exhibit Wisdom Diplomacy Friendliness, sympathy, humility, toughness, calm.His noble little girl, in her tailored, flared pantsuit, demonstrates how each of these exemplary traits plays out during an action packed day that starts at 7am with an Here s a good idea pretend you are the president, and see how that makes you act In Madam President, Lane Smith who must be the hardest working, most civic minded dude in children s literature lays out all the qualities the president needs to exhibit Wisdom Diplomacy Friendliness, sympathy, h...

  3. Krista the Krazy Kataloguer says:

    If you read the text alone on this one, it could pass as an informational book on what the President of the United States does But if you look at the pictures, it becomes a story about a girl who imagines herself as President The difference between the text and the pictures creates the appealing humor of the story I m not fond of Lane Smith s artwork, which is why I m only giving it 3 stars I do like her Secret Service Agent cat, however, and the bust of Eleanor Roosevelt that she stands on If you read the text alone on this one, it could pass as an informational book on what the President of the United States does But if you look at the pictures, it becomes a story about a girl who imagines herself as President The difference between the text and the pictures create...

  4. Janice Coney says:

    Text to Teaching Connection Social StudiesThe main character of this book speaks life into the meaning of being a president Even though this book would be a reading assignment, it could easily also be a Social Studies project I would suggest once the class is in government section or if it is an election year this book would come in handy to spark ideas into the minds of the students Some of the newly found interest could be redirected to get the students to talkwith their parents Text to Teaching Connection Social StudiesThe main character of this book speaks life into the meaning of being a president Even though this book would be a reading assignment, it could easily also be a Social Studies project I would suggest once the class is in government section or if it is an election year this book would come in handy to spark ideas into the minds of the students Some of the newly found interest could be redirected to get the students to talkwith their p...

  5. Maria says:

    When a little girl imagines her life as a President, she starts with the here and now.Why I started this book Selected for our Presidential Story Time.Why I finished it Charming, with lots of sly humor that the adults lovedthan the kids.

  6. Chrisanne says:

    Lane Smith is so quirky and fun.

  7. Mathew says:

    Although it is based in America, its subtle message that anyone, regardless of gender should dream big in life in order to aspire to be anything that they want to be is done is a witty and light hearted way Lane Smith has a real talent for throwing traditional stories and socio cultural norms on their heads and he does this so well here Not only is there wit in abundance but I thought that the play between what the words were saying against what the illustrations were show Lane at his ...

  8. Madelyn Haspert says:

    In the picture book, Madam President, the readers are introduced to a young girl who pretends to be the president She takes duties of America s president and relates them to her everyday life For example, her executive orders are asking for waffles in the morning before school.I was really attracted to this book because I could immediately tell that it was going to be a story about a smart and independent female character.The setting of this story is primarily at the main character s school In the picture book, Madam President, the readers are introduced to a young girl who pretends to be the president She takes duties of America s president and relates them to her everyday life For example, her ...

  9. karrie& says:

    This is a brilliant book Katy uses her executive power to make things happen in her world, and goes about her day as if she is the President of the United States With hilarious pictures, and sharp, intelligent prose, Lane Smith has created a very informative and funny book The illustrations are wonderful, and the look on Katy s face as she appoints her Cabinet, deals with the Secret Service out on the playground, and tries to repair the disaster area that is her bedroom is priceless I love This is a brilliant book Katy uses her executive power to make things happen in her world, and goes about her day as if she is the President of the United States With hilarious pictu...

  10. Marissa Elera says:

    The saucy young girl starring in this amusing Lane Smith work is quite comfortable with the many responsibilities of the presidency Marching importantly across the pages, she declares many accurate facts about what a president must do, and we see her interpretation in Smith s humorous illustrations From negotiating treaties between dogs and cats, deciding on a capable cabinet consisting o...

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