Who was Eleanor Roosevelt?

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Grosset & Dunlap, Jan 5, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 106 pages
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Presents the 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. Simultaneous.

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I'd like to say that you you said eleanors's mother had a child after she dies. Her mother died in 1892( quoted by the time line) and her brother is born in 1899 ( quoted in the book)

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I loved this book! A great story, with lots of facts but still pleasant to read. And nice illustrations. A quick read too! There was so much that I didn't know :) Read full review


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Gare Thompson lives in Lunenberg, Massachusetts. Elizabeth Wolf lives in Boise, Idaho.

Elizabeth Wolf lives in Boise, Idaho.