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Learning about Charity from the Life of Princess Diana (A Character Building Book)

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Children today are in need of role models more than ever. These six books focus on contemporary figures that children can recognize and easily relate to. And while learning about the extraordinary lives of people, such as Muhammad Ali and Eleanor Roosevelt, your students will learn the importance of personal values, including strength of character, integrity, and courage.
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published January 1st 2001 by PowerKids Press (first published August 1999)
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Rachel Kinney
Feb 07, 2017 rated it it was ok
Shelves: kidlit
I read Learning about Charity from the Life of Princess Diana for one of the biography/autobiography books. This book about Princess Diana tells of the great things she did for children and charities before, during, and after her time as Princess before her life came to a shocking end. The book shows real photographs of Princess Diana with her own children and other children that she volunteered her time to help. This book has a lot of information about Princess Diana and her inspiration to ever ...more
Abriana Chamberlain
Dec 06, 2014 rated it really liked it
I thought this book to be more for younger children doing a project on Princess Diana. The text is quite big for them to read. I also like how it had a page for text and then the page next to it had a picture that related to what the text said. Another thing I thought was great, was that the picture were actual real photographs. They weren't cartoon or anything. It allowed to students to really see how she made such an impact on all the people in her charities in the short amount of time she was ...more
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