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Mr. Rogers: Young Friend and Neighbor

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One of the most popular series ever published for young Americas, these classics have been praised alike by parents, teachers, and librarians. With these lively, inspiring, fictionalized biographies -- easily ready by children of eight and up -- today's youngster is swept right into history.
Paperback, 208 pages
Published September 1st 2004 by Aladdin (first published August 31st 2004)
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Anna Todd
This biography is actually a juvenile book, yet I wanted to read it nevertheless. I knew a lot of the facts about Mr. Rogers but then there was a lot here I didn't know. One of those being is that he had childhood friend named Clay Henry who was from Lubbock, Texas. (My hometown is in very close proximity). This is just one of the many interesting facts I learned about my own childhood friend: Mr. Rogers.
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I'm 9, and I really like this book. When he was a boy, Mr. Rogers made lots of puppets. He played the piano when he was mad, sad, or happy. When he grew up he started a good television show.
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An extraordinarily prolific writer, George Edward Stanley has also found time to travel and teach, drawing many of the plots for his books from his diverse experiences and natural curiosity. In addition to penning numerous books under his own name, Stanley has also published under several pseudonyms, including the well-known house pseudonyms Carolyn Keene and Franklin W. Bramley.
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