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Who Was Eleanor Roosevelt? por Gare Thompson
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Who Was Eleanor Roosevelt? (edição 2004)

por Gare Thompson, Nancy Harrison (Ilustrador)

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A biography of the woman who served as First Lady for the longest time, and who was the first President's wife to speak out about important issues of the day, by writing newspapers articles and books, giving radio interviews and speeches, and teaching classes.
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Título:Who Was Eleanor Roosevelt?
Autores:Gare Thompson
Outros autores:Nancy Harrison (Ilustrador)
Informação:Grosset & Dunlap (2004), Paperback, 112 pages
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"Who was Eleanor Roosevelt" is a biography on Eleanor Roosevelt. The book tells you all about her childhood and how she grew up. The book also tells you about her carries and it tells you about the important things she did. In the book it said that Eleanor she wanted to help everyone. Even when Eleanor and Franklin were out of the White House she went to meet other leaders to see how she could help their country.

I enjoyed reading this book because it was a biography but it didn’t have too little or too many words. It was also a ver light read. I really like this book because I didn’t know much about her. Now that I have read this book I know all about the important things that she did and believed in. I learned so much. I think that this book is a great read if you want to learn about someone in a short amount of time. I would recommend this book to someone in the grades of fourth to seventh. ( )
  LoganGB2 | Oct 25, 2017 |
I think this would be a good book for a 4th or 5th grade class to use as a research novel. If I was doing a history lesson in 5th grade I would use this to introduce a different part of history that most people do not think about. It would connect nicely with an ELA informational text standard with chronological order and sequencing events while learning information relating to history. For a 4th grade class I would use this to talk about character traits and have the students focus on Eleanor and other characters' traits and discuss them as a class. It would be a good opportunity to introduce some new describing words to expand their vocabulary and get them thinking about what makes characters unique and how their traits relate to a topic. It is very obvious that Eleanor was a strong, independent, smart woman and having students thinking about these will give them a better understanding of all the wonderful things she accomplished throughout her life.
  LizaTibbs | Apr 2, 2017 |
This book is about Eleanor Roosevelt. She was a shy child who had little confidence in herself. She was a teacher, a newspaper columnist, and the best selling author. ( )
  Angelatw | Nov 16, 2015 |
This is a great biography about Eleanor Roosevelt written for students ages 8 and older. It discusses how Eleanor changed the role of First Lady for generations to come.
  Bellelinda | Feb 19, 2013 |
I used this book for my Famous Americans Unit. It is part of a wonderful series of books that really help young students develop research skills. It is written in a story format but has a wealth of historical information that can be used in a report. It is broken down in to a chronological time line which is easy to follow. Can be easily read by third graders and up. ( )
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