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An Honest Biography of Donald Trump for Young Adults
He might be considered just be another fascinating historical figure if he wasn’t so very dangerous.
Donald Trump has led an unusual life – one filled with big business deals, gangsters, torrid affairs, tremendous falls, and a meteoric political rise built upon a campaign of hate and discrimination. From his troublesome childhood, to his days as a playboy and young real estate developer in the world’s toughest city, to his reality TV stardom and unlikely ascent to the White House, Trump’s life reads like a novel with an extremely flawed protagonist.
This book is likely to be the most entertaining, yet most disconcerting young adult nonfiction book you’ll ever read. Geared for readers in high school and college, it is an adventurous, unsettling biography with plenty of twists and turns, revealing facts, and incredible stories. This is the book Donald Trump does not want young people to read because it does something astonishing: it tells the truth about the president.
Trump’s presidency impacts us all, but if you are a young adult, a person of color, a supporter of Black Lives Matter; if you care the Earth, economic inequality, and the deterioration of our democracy – you need to read this book.
Young adults will appreciate the quick pacing and conversational tone. There is also a glossary with important terms explained, plus links in the electronic version for those who wish to do more investigating and exploring.
The dirty deals, the tax scams, the Russia scandal, Ukraine, the egregious pandemic response, the lies, cheating, conning, and hate-mongering – it’s all in here and more!
About the Author
Ross Rosenfeld has written frequently about politics, history, business, and education for numerous publications, including The Hill, the Daily News, Newsday, the Long Island Pulse, Charles Scribner’s, MacMillan, and newsweek.com.
His latest book is The Slow Death of American Democracy: 50 Reasons the US is Not a True Democracy and How We Can Fix It. It addresses voter suppression, gerrymandering, the distorted composition of the Senate, mass incarceration, income inequality, and much, much more.
Ross also has several books for children, including the popular fantasy-adventure, The Stolen Kingdom, and several companion stories: The Greenest Valley, Orisow, The Corpse Demon, and The Kingdom of Madness. His What I Should Know series is designed to be a fun way for kids to test their knowledge and for parents to gauge their children’s abilities.
Ross has been a New York City schoolteacher, the operator of his own educational service, and the developer of a highly-effective reading program, but what he enjoys most is telling stories. Since he was young, he’s always been a storyteller, and the children he works with often listen to his tales with rapt attention.
Readers frequently note that, when reading Ross’s writing, they feel as if he is talking directly to them. His stories are known to be funny, exciting, easy-to-read, and extremely entertaining.
Check out his work today and feel free to let him know what you think. He enjoys hearing from readers and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.