Story-Line Buzzy And Thomas Move Into The President’s House by Vicki Tashman
In Buzzy and Thomas Move Into The President’s House, author Vicki Tashman, created an excellent story and teaching tool for young children. Buzzy, a beautiful female dog, lives a glamorous life in the country. Her master, Thomas Jefferson, newly elected President of the United States, is moving to the President’s house. Buzzy is not sure about leaving her beloved country life and all her friends.
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What an excellent teaching book for children. In Buzzy And Thomas Move Into The President’s House, not only will the child learn history, but also how to handle a move. Moving is always traumatic for a child; Buzzy gives the child a different view of moving. Reading this story several times before the move will give the child/children a reference to Buzzy’s experience. The child or children need not be in the progress of moving to enjoy this story. This book is geared for young children ages 4-8. The pictures will hold the young child‘s interest, and the story is interesting. The story’s well-developed with a variety of interesting characters.
In concluding my children’s fiction book reviews of Buzzy And Thomas Move Into The President’s House, I found a solidly written story which will hold the child‘s attention. An excellent teaching tool, the book‘s well constructed with well-thought-out characters. With the length of 42 pages, the child or children will not become bored. For younger children, the book need not be read in one