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Little Miss HISTORY Travels to Hyde Park, Home of FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT Presidential Library & Museum

Volume 10


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Illustrator Victor Ramon Mojica
Book Series Little Miss History
Genres Children's, Middle Grade
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Step inside the house where FDR made history!
“…Turning the pages is like visiting an interactive museum and taking a journey through each milestone. Little Miss History “travels” and so do we, enjoyably so – and I am sure to the bookshelves of many fans of this delightful series.” – Amazon Reviewer
“This is a series not to be missed. History teachers will love its entertainment value, and the important facts it conveys. Kids will love it for the fun and colorful illustrations. Overall, a win-win for everyone.”- Reviewed by Kitty Muse Book Reviews
“My heart has always been here. It always will be.”
How did Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s upbringing at Hyde Park influence the role he played in guiding the country through an economic depression and World War II?
You will learn:
· About the rooms and functions of the home
· FDR’s family life
· The various roles he served in government
· His hobbies and interests
· FDR’s physical struggles
· The government programs set up to ease the depression
· “Fireside Chats”
· Dignitaries who visited
· About Eleanor’s Val-Kill cottage

President Roosevelt was the first president to give his papers to the people. Read about the library he designed and the treasure trove of resources within.
You will learn:
· About the Great Depression
· The New Deal Programs
· World War II exhibits
· About the way FDR worked and communicated with the people
· How Eleanor Roosevelt acted on FDR’s behalf
· The role of Eleanor in the United Nations
· The accomplishments of FDR’s four terms

In FDR’s words, “The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today.”

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