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I Can Be President: A Kid's-Eye View (2011)

TV Movie  -   -  Documentary | Family  -  22 June 2011 (USA)
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Children talk about what they think it would be like to be president of the United States.

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Children talk about what they think it would be like to be president of the United States.

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Extremely well done and well-produced documentary for children. My son loves this and now knows all the presidents. He watched it when he was 5 and now again at 7 so it has an enduring quality that is a hallmark of a successful product. I found the children's dialogues or monologues the perfect length, their presentation is captivating and the balance of animations and exposition is perfectly paced. I wish they would do more of these documentaries on other diverse topics because our children are learning more in our age of the new media than with classical methods of instruction. Congratulations to all parties involved.


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