|Join Alex as he journeys from the heart of the American Revolution to current day stories of triumph and failures as told him by American Presidents. Alex's parents and friends refuse to believe that Thomas Jefferson tends to him mother's roses while complaining that Ben Franklin altered too much of the Declaration of Independence. That John Kennedy rambled about plans to explore space while Alex attempted to finish his schoolwork.
He never imagined walking the battlefields of Gettysburg with Abe Lincoln and learning about the famous address that lasted shorter than anyone expected. Alex never considered meeting a young British fighter on his way home from battle named George Washington or explain to Andrew Jackson that the New York Yankees aren't spies using code through the voice of Phil Rizzuto. Alex talks with Richard Nixon about meeting Elvis and complains to "Tommy" Woodrow Wilson about income taxes.
Alex and the American Presidents pursue life, liberty, graduating middle school and dealing with a precocious girl while helping shaping his future. Oh, the Presidents only know what they knew during their era. Try explaining airplanes and automobiles to James Madison.
|Join Alex as he continues his journey from the heart of the American Revolution to current day stories of triumph and failures as he learns from American Presidents past and future. Alex's parents refuse to believe that Thomas Jefferson mentors Alex about becoming a great leader.
However, when Alex can't find the proper words to ask a pretty girl to dance at the Homecoming Dance, even President Lincoln and President Washington are no help.
Alex and the American Presidents pursue life, liberty, making the soccer team, talkative girls in the locker next to his and running for Freshman Class President. Adding to the problem that everyone believes Alex is crazy, the Presidents only know what they knew when alive. Try explaining how Yankees games are broadcast on the radio to President Jackson, who has his own version of Yankees.
|Join Alex as he continues his journey from the heart of the American Revolution to current day stories of triumph and failures as he learns from American Presidents past and future, while managing to be a regular kid with a garage band.
When Alex can't find the proper words to tell his best friend that he can't be the lead singer in their new band, what did he do? He asked President Kennedy for advice.
Like most teenagers, Alex must deal with broken hearts, teenage angst, and escape summer chores. However, unlike others, Alex has the added pressure of having a reporter, the FBI and the Secret Service snooping into his world.
Life's hard enough without Abe Lincoln telling you that you should take up the violin instead of the guitar, Woodrow Wilson attempting to raid your piggy bank and your most prized possession being stolen, while no one of this world seems to care.