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BARACK OBAMA: OUT OF MANY, ONE (STEP INTO READING 3)

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Synopsis: BARACK OBAMA: OUT OF MANY, ONE (STEP INTO READING 3)

"Reading on your own" This is the story of a skinny little boy with a funny name and how he became part of America's history. In very clear and accessible language, newly independent readers can learn how the lessons and love of Obama's mother and grandparents shaped him; how the places he lived influenced him; and how he turned his sadness from his childhood--the feeling he didn't fit in anywhere--into a positive, driving force of finding a place in the world and in the history books. "History and biography are also successful topics for level-three readers. (Random House's) Step into Reading has the best offerings for the reading level . . . they are high in kid appeal."--"Booklist"

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ISBN 9780375863394
Weight 0.1134
Publisher RANDOM HOUSE, INC.
Book Size (cm.) 152 x 228 x 3
Language English
Number of Pages 48

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"Reading on your own" This is the story of a skinny little boy with a funny name and how he became part of America's history. In very clear and accessible language, newly independent readers can learn how the lessons and love of Obama's mother and grandparents shaped him; how the places he lived influenced him; and how he turned his sadness from his childhood--the feeling he didn't fit in anywhere--into a positive, driving force of finding a place in the world and in the history books. "History and biogr view all

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COREY, SHANA

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When I was little, I loved stories about olden-day girls--my favorites were Betsy-Tacy, All-of-a-Kind Family, Little House On the Prairie. Imagine my delight when I went to college and discovered that I could take ENTIRE classes on olden-day girls! I learned to call it women's history, but really--it was the exact same topic I'd been interested in since I was five. Now, I have the great pleasure and honor of editing books for children myself. I also write picture books, most of them true stories about brave women and girls in history. When I'm not writing or editing, I'm usually reading with my two little boys.For additional resources, including lesson plans, book lists, and information on school visits,

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