Our Eleanor: A Scrapbook Look at Eleanor Roosevelt's Remarkable Life
No matter how the question is answered, one thing is clear: There has hardly been a life in the last century that Eleanor Roosevelt has not affected, in one way or another. From securing safe, low-cost housing for Kentucky's poor, to helping her grandchildren hang a tire swing on the White House's south lawn, to representing America as the first female delegate to the United Nations, Eleanor rarely kept a second of her life for herself -- and she wouldn't have had it any other way.
In this stunning "scrapbook" biography, Candace Fleming, author of the acclaimed Ben Franklin's Almanac, turns her keen eye to our nation's premier First Lady. Filled with photographs of everything from Eleanor's speech at the 1940 Democratic National Convention to her high school report card, as well as fascinating stories about life in and out of the White House, Our Eleanor gives us a remarkable perspective on a remarkable woman, and presents to a new generation an Eleanor to call its own.
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I thought this book was really interesting. I found out some facts that I didn't know about Eleanor Roosevelt. I really enjoyed how organized this book was. It started when she was a child and ended ... Read full review
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Fleming, C. (2005) Our Eleanor: A scrapbook look at Eleanor Roosevelt's remarkable life. New York. Antheneum Books for Young Readers. Information- Biography Starred Reviewed by School Library Journal ... Read full review
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