I promised to share a few of my favorite books on George Washington so here they are. Most of the items listed are found in the non-fiction or biography section of the library. That being said, I hope that you will check a few out and give them a try. Almost all the book on this list uses a picture book format, which children typically enjoy. The illustrations make a factual subject like history fun and inviting. By presenting information in this manner, it becomes more like a story. In return, children can better relate to the person or subject that is being presented.
 George Wahington's Teeth  by Deborah Chandra
A rollicking rhyme portrays George Washington's lifelong struggle with bad teeth. A timeline taken from diary entries and other nonfiction sources follows.
 Farmer George Plants a Nation  by Peggy Thomas
This picture book biography presents an overview of George Washington's life beginning as young man of 27 years old.
Portrays George Washington as a shy boy who wasn't afraid of anything except talking to people, but who grew up to lead an army against the British and serve as president of the new nation.
George Washington by Cheryl Harness
George Washington for Kids: His Life and Times with 21 Activities  by Brandon Marie Miller.