Daisy and the Girl Scouts: The Story of Juliette Gordon Low

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Albert Whitman and Company, Mar 30, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
In 1910, following the death of her husband, Juliette Gordon Low returned to her home in Savannah, Georgia, and organized a girls' organization patterned after the Boy Scouts. Her group--the Girl Guides--would eventually become known as the Girl Scouts of America.
 

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I loved reading this book because it feels like you are living during the time of Juliette Low. It was so fasinating to read about her and the girl scouts. It is amazing how she created a world-wide association while being deaf. I admire what she did so much because I am a girl scout myself. Read full review

Contents

Daisy the Young Rebel
7
Daisy Grows Up
25
Juliette Daisy Low
40
Daisys Girl Guides
53
Daisy and the Girl Scouts
63
Daisys Greatest Triumph
82
Daisys Farewell
92
Chronology
106
Index
108
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Juliette Low
Susan Bivin Aller
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About the author (2005)

Fern G. Brown is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Fern G. Brown include Daisy and the Girl Scouts: The Story of Juliette Gordon Low, American Indian Science.

Marie DeJohn is a publishednbsp;illustrator of children's books. A published credit of Marie DeJohn's is Daisy and the Girl Scouts.

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