Diana: The People's Princess
Sensitive treatments recall the trials and triumphs of two remarkable -- and vastly different -- role models in easy-to-read photo essays. Time lines and chronologies summarize highlights for young researchers.Young readers can follow Princess Diana from her painful childhood to her rise to royalty to her final days focused on bringing relief to lepers, AIDS victims, and those threatened by land mines.
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