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First Girl Scout by Ginger Wadsworth
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Aug 04, 2012

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bookshelves: 2012, ya, nonfiction, biography-memoir
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This biography about Juliette Gordon Low (1860-1927), founder of the Girl Scouts in the United States, is best for older students. Scout leaders may also enjoy reading parts of it (especially parts about Juliette's childhood) to their younger troop members.
Juliette Gordon Low was quite the woman. She was the opposite ends of the spectrum. Knew how to be thrifty and go without, yet at the same time host lavish dinner parties for kings and presidents. Lost most of her hearing by 30 and remained as outgoing as she always had been.

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