Annotations for Presidential Pets : The Weird, Wacky, Little, Big, Scary, Strange Animals That Have Lived in the White House

Baker & Taylor
Presents rhyming verse to introduce each presidential pet, with an overview of each president, including his accomplishments, events of their term, and facts about both the man and pet.

Random House, Inc.
This inside look at the White House's animal residents features a rollicking, rhyming verse for each commander-in-chief's pets, accompanied by cool facts, presidential stats, and laugh-out-loud cartoon art. John Quincy Adams kept an alligator in the bathtub, while Thomas Jefferson's pride and joy was his pair of bear cubs. Andrew Jackson had a potty-mouthed parrot, and Martin Van Buren got into a fight with Congress over his two baby tigers. First daughter Caroline Kennedy's pony Macaroni had free reign over the White House. But the pet-owning winner of all the presidents was Theodore Roosevelt, who had a hyena, lion, zebra, badger, snake, rats, a nippy dog that bit the French ambassador, and more!