Presidential Biographies

My mom had this idea years ago to read a biography of every president, in order. I think it's genius and I want to do it. But there are so many I'm wondering if you guys can recommend your favorites so I don't read the bad ones. I used to have a master list, but that's long since lost. Here are some I've already read, and I'd love your suggestions.
  1. His Excellency by Joseph Ellis
    I found Joseph Ellis by picking up "Founding Brothers," which was great. This was a short book mostly focused on Washington's military career and shaping of the Presidency
  2. John Adams by David McCullough
    Listen, if you don't want to read the book, which was beautifully done, definitely get your hands on the HBO miniseries based on the book. Paul Giamatti and Laura Linney were magnificent.
  3. Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin
    Is it possible I remember Doris Kearns Goodwin from appearances on Meet the Press? Anyway, this was enlightening both for its portrayal of Lincoln and also the political motivations behind the Civil War.
  4. River of Doubt by Candice Millard
    This book might not count for this project anyway, because it's an account of what Theodore Roosevelt did after losing this third bid for presidency. In his depression and humiliation he decided to go to Brazil and map the River of Doubt, a dangerous, tumultuous tributary of the Amazon river. Want to know what I do when I'm depressed and humiliated? Hint: it's not to undertake an exploration that will literally change the map of the Western Hemisphere.
  5. Ok, next are some suggestions I've put on my list but haven't read.
  6. William Lee Miller's books on Lincoln
    The Duty of a Statesman and Lincoln's virtues. I haven't read these, but they come highly recommended.
  7. Eisenhower in War and Peace by Jean Edward Smith
    Another suggestion from a reliable book source.
  8. Eisenhower: A Life by Paul Johnson
    Another recommendation
  9. This Huge Series on Lyndon Johnson by Robert Caro
    I think each of these books is 600+ pages, but I've heard incredible things.
  10. Ok, that's all I've got now, but can you help me with your recommendations?
    Don't worry about the order and don't worry about the length of the book. I expect this task to take a few years.
  11. The American President
    So this is sort of a cheat. I once had this same goal and I read the same Washington and Adams bios you've listed. But then I started getting overwhelmed and found this book. Now my goal is reading this whole thing and then reading more in-depth bios only on the ones I find most interesting.
    Suggested by   @KikiHines
  12. The President is a Sick Man by Matthew Algeo
    This is a well-researched fascinating case study of how Grover hid his cancer surgery from America. It's an interesting aside of a mostly forgotten incident in an other wise fairly epic career...
    Suggested by   @andersun
  13. An Honest President: The Life And Presidencies Of Grover Cleveland by HP Jeffers
    He's my favorite dead president ...
    Suggested by   @andersun
  14. The Last Hundred Days, by Thurston Clarke
    Very interesting read and though Clarke aims to be objective, he clearly admires JFK. (Also, love this list - I'm trying to tackle this, too!)
    Suggested by   @megplate