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WHAT TO DO ABOUT ALICE?

Author: Barbara Kerley
Illustrator: Edwin Fotheringham

Grades: 4 - 7
Lexile®: 800

Guided Reading Level: N

Release Date: 2010

Themes: Biography;History and Government;Families;Feelings
 
Theodore Roosevelt had a small problem…his daughter Alice! Alice Lee Roosevelt was hungry to go places, meet people, do things. Father called it running riot. Alice called it eating up the world. Brimming with affection and wit, this spirited biography gives readers a peek into family life inside the White House.

Reviews:
"Alice's feisty, all-a-bustle, and effervescent spirit permeates Katherine Kellgren's narration...(she) effectively voices the exasperated father, as well." - AudioFile
"...read with great enthusiasm by Katherine Kellgren...Original music complements the story well. A fun biography...and a great addition to Women's History Month." - Starred Review, School Library Journal

Awards:
ALA Notable Recording;Robert F. Sibert Informational Award Honor Book

 
 
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Item #: WDVD870
ISBN: 9780545296328
Author Interview Available
Read-Along Feature


16:24 $59.95
Hardcover Book/CD

Item #: WHCD870
ISBN: 9780545296793
Read-Along Feature


14:58 $29.95
Paperback Book/CD

Item #: WPCD870
ISBN: 9780545298216
Read-Along Feature


14:58 $18.95
5 Paperbacks/1CD Package

Item #: WPKG870CD
ISBN: 9780545298223
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14:58 $38.75
Audio CD

Item #: WCD870RA
ISBN: 9780545296632
Read-Along Feature


14:58 $12.95
Hardcover Book

Item #: WHB870
ISBN: 9780439922319


$17.95
Paperback Book

Item #: WPB870
ISBN: 9780545123259


$6.50
Read-Along highlights each word as it is narrated.
 
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