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#TheodoreRoosevelt
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Librarybelle
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I love Millard‘s narrative nonfiction writing style - she really engages the reader in the topics about which she writes. In the tagged book, she chronicles former President Teddy Roosevelt‘s exploration of the Amazons. Along with his son and others, the group wants to investigate the River of Doubt, notorious for its deadly predators, both human and animal. #Fever becomes a deadly weapon, too...will the group survive? True story. #Movember #NFNov

Cinfhen This sounds like it‘s right in my wheelhouse/ NF expedition and The Amazon 2mo
ljuliel I‘ve had this book for ages , just haven‘t gotten to it yet. It sounds very good 2mo
Clwojick 6pt 2mo
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What to Do about Alice? | Barbara Kerley

“From the time she was a little girl, Alice ate up the world.“

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What to Do about Alice? | Barbara Kerley

I would use this book in my classroom because it teaches gender roles and bias but it shows Alice's perseverance through it all and will be a good lesson for young children to understand and develop their own beliefs.

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What to Do about Alice? | Barbara Kerley
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What to Do about Alice? written by Barbara Kerley. About President Theodore Roosevelt's daughter, Alice who is very independent and unique. With the format of the book, the words move with the illustrations on the page. Some pages had a lot of space between the lines of words. Author's note at the end provides factual evidence.

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Andrew65
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MrBook Got that right! 2mo
EadieB You gotta do something in order to have your name remembered! (edited) 2mo
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k.gauze

This is a super fun book! I love Teddy Rosevelt and I enjoyed this book. Great illustrations and a good story.