3 edition of Jane Addams, little lame girl. found in the catalog.
Jane Addams, little lame girl.
Wagoner, Jean Brown
|Statement||Illustrated by Sandra James.|
|Series||Childhood of famous Americans series|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.W125 Jan|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||44008093|
Book Description: Venturing into Usefulness, the second volume of The Selected Papers of Jane Addams, documents the experience of this major American historical figure, intellectual, social activist, and author between June , when at twenty-one she had just graduated from Rockford Female Seminary, and early , when she was on the verge of founding the Hull-House settlement with . World- Minded Heroes I N HIS popular book on Peace of Mind Joshua L. Liebman maintains that "Man loses his sense of direction when the compass of his soul is not magnetized by some great human star within the orbit of his experience." Similarly, it might be said that children do not Jane Addams: Little Lame Girl. Bobbs.
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Some of the published credits of Jean Brown Wagoner include Jessie Fremont Girl of Capitol Hill (Childhood of Famous Americans), Abigail Adams: Girl of Colonial Days (Childhood of Famous Americans (Sagebrush)), Martha Washington: America's First First Lady (Childhood of Famous Americans (Sagebrush)).
In the orange children's book series, Jane Addams was called Little Lame Girl. She had a limp (it really was scoliosis but they didn't say that in the children's books). She was very brave and learned to overcome throughvery hard lessons. "Jane's childhood experiences taught her the importance of helping those worse off then herself.
Her mother. Other books by Ms. Wagoner include: Jane Addams, Little Lame Girl (); Martha Washington, Girl of Old Virginia (); Abigail Adams, A Girl of Colonial Days (); The Shepherd Lad, A Story of David of Bethlehem (); The Captive Lad, The Story of Daniel, the Lionhearted (); Jessie Fremont, A Girl of Capitol Hill (); and Julia Author: Bill Gulde.The Childhood of Famous Americans series was published from the 's through the 's.
Each book has an easy-to-read story about a boy or girl who grows up to be famous as an inventor, statesman, nurse, doctor, explorer, or some other worthy occupation.Read "The House That Jane Built A Story About Jane Addams" by Tanya Lee Stone available from Rakuten Kobo.
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