Grover Cleveland lived a unique and amazing life. He once worked as a teacher at a school for the blind. In a few short years, he rose from being a lawyer in Buffalo, New York, to becoming a mayor, a governor, and President of the United States. He was the only president to serve non-consecutive terms, the first to be married in the White House, and the first to be filmed. Lastly, he wasn't afraid to do the right thing as a public figure, even if it wasn't popular. In this biographical magazine, we learn about how this unlikely figure became a respected American leader.
Created for children in 3rd through 5th grade, PragerU’s beautifully illustrated biographical magazines are packed with facts and fun to teach elementary students about important figures often mischaracterized or forgotten in today’s classrooms.