President Donald Trump book

Friend,
“President Donald Trump” by Joanne Mattern (2017) claims to offer young readers an informative, accurate, and unbiased narrative about the 45th U.S. president, but the author omits facts, glosses over context, and ignores opposing perspectives. Tell Scholastic that young people deserve an accurate and age-appropriate biography of Donald Trump.
Click here to write a letter to Scholastic if you want to protest the fakery on offer here.
Thanks!

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2 thoughts on “President Donald Trump book

  1. EttaD July 9, 2018 at 22:21 Reply

    Letter sent! (y)

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