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Eleanor Roosevelt by Russell Freedman
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Apr 23, 2012

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Summary:
This is a biography about a woman named Elanor Roosevelt, and she was an important figure when it comes to women's rights. She dedicated her whole life to trying to get equal treatment between men and women.

Critique:
In this book the author does an exceptional job as passing Elanor as an ordinary woman and not the wide to the president of the United States. The information in this story were told very well and were very accurate. This book does a great job of keeping the reader interested as well as getting across important facts in our history.

Response:
I though that this was a well written biography that really told the life of Elanor Roosevelt. It told us about her as a child and the changes she made as she matured into a young woman. In my classroom I would use this book to inform our children of our past and how far we have come since then.
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