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Charlie Chaplin: Genius of the Silent Screen

3.8 of 5 stars 3.80  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  3 reviews
These informative and inspiring biographies will give young readers a look at the lives of some of the world's most influential people in history. Each over 100 pages, the books are also ideal for reports.
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published October 28th 1999 by Lerner Publications (first published October 1999)
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Josh F.
The life of charlie chaplinis interesting it is all about him and his family dealing with money and health problems. I liked and disliked how the auther told us everything about him because sometimes it was too much and made the story drag on. the text was not fun to read but the infromation was interesting. the begining of the book was in the format of a story but the rest just seemed random. charlie's life was interesting but not the way the auther wrote about it. I would not recomend this bo ...more
Joey(small bob the kitten) H
This book tells the story of Charlie Chaplin, a famous silent actor from the early 20th century. It tells about his early life, his time as an actor, his time outside the set, and his later life. For people interested in Charlie Chaplin, this book is for you.

The things the author did well in this book are telling about his experience on the set, including lots of pictures, and telling about his family. I thought reading about him on the set was the most interesting part of the book, because it
Wade Johannes
Short, sweet, and interesting. If you want a quick glimpse into the life of Charlie Chaplin and don't want to spend two weeks of your life on the subject, this is a good book for you.
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