When Woodrow Wilson became president in 1913, the United States was a very different country from the one it is today. Women did not have the right to vote, and many children worked long hours in unsafe factories and mines. Wilson wanted to change things and work to help people who had few rights. In this fascinating introduction, young readers will learn about Wilson's early life, his achievements as president, and the many ways he is remembered today. Each 24-page book in this series features controlled text with age-appropriate vocabulary and simple sentence construction. The lively text, colorful design, and rich photos and illustrations are sure to capture the interest of emergent readers.