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Eleanor Roosevelt: An Inspiring Life (Snapshots: Images of People and Places in History) Hardcover – September 1, 2006


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Grade 4-6–Fourteen short chapters take readers from Roosevelt's privileged but sad childhood through her marriage, political and family life, and post-FDR humanitarian work. That she was one of the most important women in U.S. history is made quite clear. Her husband's infidelity is mentioned. The writing is clear, interesting, and affectionate toward its subject. Personal quotes are sprinkled throughout, and a cartoon representation of Roosevelt chats with readers on several pages. Back matter includes an extensive index and list of historic places. The period photographs, while plentiful and engrossing, can be found elsewhere. Given the number of books available for this age group, this attractive title will appeal to browsers and report writers, but it isn't a necessary purchase.–Anne Chapman Callaghan, Racine Public Library, WI
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A useful resource for library and classroom, this will appeal to readers and browsers alike. (Kirkus)

The writing is clear, interesting, and affectionate towards its subject. Personal quotes are sprinkled throughout, and a cartoon representation of Roosevelt chats with readers on several pages. Back matter includes an extensive index and list of historic places. The period photographs ? [are plentiful and engrossing ? [This attractive title will appeal to browsers and report writers ? (School Library Journal)
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