Arthur's essay wins a contest and he has to read it to the President in a special ceremony at the White House.
When Arthur's essay, "How I Can Help Make America Great", wins a school contest, he, his family, his teacher, and his classmates are awarded a trip to Washington, D.C. However, when Arthur learns he must read his speech on television, in front of the President of the United States, he is too nervous to enjoy the trip. Will Arthur's speech be a success? Color illustrations accompany the text.
Arthur writes an essay on how to help one's community & wins an essay contest - and then has to memorize his essay and present it to the president of the US! Oh, no! He is petrified, and as usual, DW helps him out in a surprising fashion.
If you are an Arthur fan than you should enjoy this book about him meeting the President of the U.S.Arthur visits Washington to meet him and finds out about voting and forming his own chapter of the Arthur fan club.He and his friends go with him.
Another of Arthur's adventures! When Arthur wins a national contest and gets to bring his entire class to meet the President, he's a little nervous about giving a speech. But, as always, he can rely on his friends to help get him through!