Read DK Biography: Eleanor Roosevelt by Kem Knapp Sawyer Online


DK s Biography series for young readers features one of the best known and most inspiring women of the 20th century Eleanor Roosevelt A biography of the First Lady who, despite her shyness, followed her conscience and devoted her life to helping others and working for peace Supports the Common Core State Standards....

Title : DK Biography: Eleanor Roosevelt
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ISBN : 0756614961
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : DK Children February 20, 2006
Number of Pages : 128 pages
File Size : 776 KB
Status : Available For Download
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DK Biography: Eleanor Roosevelt Reviews

  • Scott  Keith
    2019-03-15 06:40


  • Eileen
    2019-03-05 05:23

    good book for kids!

    2019-02-28 09:33

    GREAT BOOK! Bought it for my daughter's class and it's been read at least three times in the past few weeks!

  • Peggy Morgan
    2019-03-01 03:35

    LOVE the DK series! Quality EVERYTIME!

  • janet schoen
    2019-03-03 06:25

    My 90 year old mother who has lost her enthusiasm for reading loved this!

  • babs
    2019-03-19 07:21

    The books turned out to be too high a reading level for my students. Received full refund. Amazon is super!

  • N. Lindon
    2019-03-06 05:42

    I didn't realize it was a child's book. It should have been listed that way.

  • Lawrance Bernabo
    2019-03-19 06:31

    I doubt that Eleanor Roosevelt will be as well remember and beloved in the 21st century as she was in the 20th, which is a shame because she is the one who created the new role model of the First Lady that the likes of Hilary Clinton are trying to build on. As the longest serving First Lady (1933 to 1945), she promoted the New Deal of her husband President Franklin D. Roosevelt, as well as Civil Right. After FDR's death, Eleanor was a leader in forming the United Nations and chaired the committee that drafted and approved the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. President Harry S Truman called her "The First Lady of the World," a honor that she clearly deserved for her work to end discrimination and promote civil rights, spreading goodwill wherever she traveled.