(E–pub/Pdf) Miss Paul and the President Author Dean Robbins

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Miss Paul and the President review ´ 0 N women voting But nothing was important to Alice So she kept at it and soon President Wilson was persuaded   Dean Robbins and illustrator Nancy Zhang bring the unsung hero to vivid life and show young voters to be how important it is to never back down from a cause you believe in. I guess my only problem with this book is how the illustrator made Alice Paul look so pretty Not that the real Alice Paul wasn t prettyif you look up pictures of her I imagine she was uite fetching in her day She has really sweet eyes But in this picture book she looks much idealized Full red lips huge doe eyes with long eyelashes a tiny nose and an hourglass figure I m not against any illustrator taking liberties with their subject but I don t know why Alice Paul couldn t have been portrayed a bit realistically Do the illustrator and publisher think that in order to get kids to pay attention to women s history the women involved have to live up to today s standards of beautyEnd rant This is still an important book

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Miss Paul and the President review ´ 0 W that the laws needed to change But who would change them   She would In her signature purple hat Alice organized parades and wrote letters and protested outside the White House She even met with President Woodrow Wilson who told her there were important issues to worry about tha. A lively but rather simplistic portrait of the irrepressible suffragette

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Miss Paul and the President review ´ 0 Cast your vote for Alice Paul The story of a tireless suffragette and the president she convinced to change everything   When Alice Paul was a child she saw her father go off to vote while her mother had to stay home But why should that be So Alice studied the Constitution and kne. This is a perfect example why I love children picture books This books tells a story of Miss Alice Paul who I am proud to say grew up not to far from where I live now She was a Suffragette and worked so hard for our rights She pushed back at anyone who said women shouldn t vote and wasn t scared to go to jail for what she believed I as a woman owe her so much and I am so happy I know who she is This story focus s on before they passed it so women could vote and how she got President Woodrow Wilson to finally see how important her cause was I think this is an important book for everyone but especially little girls Truly loved this book


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  1. says: (E–pub/Pdf) Miss Paul and the President Author Dean Robbins download Ò PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¼ Dean Robbins

    (E–pub/Pdf) Miss Paul and the President Author Dean Robbins This seemed too oversimplified even for a picture book biographyI feel like the book suffered from having too much breadth but not enough dept

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    (E–pub/Pdf) Miss Paul and the President Author Dean Robbins Miss Paul and the President is a lively action filled story that fills a real need for providing a relatable entertaining introduction of women's suffrage to children It shows that women had to fight to get the

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    download Ò PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¼ Dean Robbins Dean Robbins ¼ 0 free read review Miss Paul and the President This is a perfect example why I love children picture books This books tells a story of Miss Alice Paul who I am

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    download Ò PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¼ Dean Robbins Dean Robbins ¼ 0 free read review Miss Paul and the President This book grossly oversimplifies and underplays Alice Paul's achievements I know it's a picture book but I would have a lot of uestions if I were a young reader As an adult I uestion the decision to make Alice into a grubby farm girl when her family was rather well off There's no mention of how her family believed girls and boys should receive an eual education it skips over the tactics she learned in England and make

  5. says: Dean Robbins ¼ 0 free read (E–pub/Pdf) Miss Paul and the President Author Dean Robbins

    (E–pub/Pdf) Miss Paul and the President Author Dean Robbins review Miss Paul and the President A lively but rather simplistic portrait of the irrepressible suffragette

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    (E–pub/Pdf) Miss Paul and the President Author Dean Robbins I thought the book was engaging and tells an important story However I do feel like it didn't give enough detail or depth to Paul's lifeand the tone felt really happy and upbeat for such a serious topic ripe with real challenges Per

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    (E–pub/Pdf) Miss Paul and the President Author Dean Robbins Dean Robbins ¼ 0 free read review Miss Paul and the President The good about this book has already been said so I'm just going to address the parts that bothered meThe opening spread An excited smiling Paul rushing down the street inspecting floats and dancers because she wanted to make everything perfect for her parade To me this phrasing makes Paul sound like a party plan

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    (E–pub/Pdf) Miss Paul and the President Author Dean Robbins This is an entertaining biography for children about Alice Paul The illustrations created using watercolor colored pencil and other media are colorful and really complement the narrative giving the reader a sense of that period in history I w

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    review Miss Paul and the President Dean Robbins ¼ 0 free read (E–pub/Pdf) Miss Paul and the President Author Dean Robbins I guess my only problem with this book is how the illustrator made Alice Paul look so pretty Not that the real Alice Paul wasn't prettyif you look up pictures of her I imagine she was uite fetching in her day She has really sweet eyes But in this picture book she looks much idealized Full red lips huge doe eyes w

  10. says: (E–pub/Pdf) Miss Paul and the President Author Dean Robbins

    review Miss Paul and the President download Ò PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¼ Dean Robbins Dean Robbins ¼ 0 free read A colorful brief introduction to Alice Paul My son 6 was stunned to learn that women couldn't vote2020 Fresh of off a viewing of Iron Jawed Angels this seems a bit disingenuous to suggest that Alice Paul was arrested and softhearted President Wilson just couldn't bear to see her in prison thus leading to his public endorsement of women's suffrage Not a whisper in the text or in the author's note about how he f

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