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Eleanor, Quiet No More: The Life of Eleanor Roosevelt (A Big Words Book, 4)

This book is about Eleanor Roosevelt
In "Eleanor, Quiet No More: The Life of Eleanor Roosevelt," part of the award-winning Big Words series, readers are invited into the inspiring life of one of America's most influential First Ladies. Published on February 3, 2009, this book weaves the tale of Eleanor Roosevelt, who emerged from the shadows of a lonely and rigid childhood to become a powerful advocate for gender equality. Raised in a world of privilege yet emotional scarcity, Eleanor turned to books and independent thought, laying the foundation for her future role as a teacher in New York City’s impoverished neighborhoods and later as a relentless civil rights champion. Through Doreen Rappaport's engaging narrative and enriched by Gary Kelley's evocative illustrations, the book captures Eleanor's formidable impact on American society. With excerpts from Eleanor's own writings, this book is an exceptional resource for elementary school readers, encouraging them to reflect on how one person's resilience and dedication can indeed change the world.
Published by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers on February 3, 2009
48 pages
ISBN: 9780786851416
Best for readers in Elementary School
This book provides valuable insights into Gender Equality , highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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