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Cool Interview - Great Book! Wanna Win One?

by Bob posted Nov 4 2013 2:39PM
Thursday, Nov. 7th at 9:50am on the Morning Show, Bob interviewed Dr. William Bushong, co-author of this amazing book.
National Geographic, in collaboration with the White House Historical Association, offers this new book  that welcomes readers on a private historical tour of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. INSIDE THE WHITE HOUSE: Stories from the World’s Most Famous Residence (National Geographic Books; Nov. 5, 2013; ISBN: 978-1-4262-1177-5; hardcover; $40), with a foreword by former first lady Laura Bush and an introduction by historian and author William Seale, offers a vivid account of the people who have lived and worked in this symbolic building and highlights many of the fascinating events that have taken place there.

The book, by Noel Grove with William B. Bushong and Joel D. Treese, opens the doors to America’s most famous home through images, anecdotes and records — some rarely seen — that describe life within its walls. Readers will get to know the presidents and their families and delve into some high moments and low moments in their lives; they will walk the halls and gardens roamed by the first families; they will appreciate the hard work and responsibilities of the house staff; and will marvel at the remarkable architecture of the building. The book also introduces Rebecca the raccoon, Rex the King Charles spaniel and other cherished pets that have lived on the property.

You'll be able to win copies this week too!

11/06/2013 2:38PM
Cool Interview - Great Book! Wanna Win One?
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