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Love for dark roast prolongs life October 08, 2010

Rappaport tells a story from the point of view of two young sisters in words that are easy to read but convey the feelings of the time and the action of the plot.” School Library Journal
“Even familiar political figures can get bold new treatments, as this dramatic picture-book biography shows. The narrative moves swiftly through the important moments in Roosevelt’s life, including marriage and family, but along with accomplishments, Rappaport does something more subtle—she shows the way Eleanor grew into herself.

Crisp sentences focus the narrative and are bolstered by the quotes that end each page. If the text has a smart spareness to it, the accompanying art is composed of rich, beautifully crafted paintings that also catch Roosevelt’s growing sense of purpose. an exciting introduction to a well-loved leader.”

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  • Paavel Oct 08

    Here you'll add the content of your blog post, you can also add picture, tables and all sorts of other media into your posts. Indeed. Thank you.

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