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by Kathy Tucker,Marie De John,Fern G. Brown

eBook Daisy and the Girl Scouts: The Story of Juliette Gordon Low epub
  • ISBN: 0807514403
  • Author: Kathy Tucker,Marie De John,Fern G. Brown
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Albert Whitman & Co (January 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 111 pages
  • ePUB size: 1630 kb
  • FB2 size 1740 kb
  • Formats docx mobi doc docx


I have read several books about Juliette Low, founder of the Girl Scouts. My daughter, who at the time was a Junior Girl Scout in 4th grade, chose Juliette Low as the subject for her school boigraphy assignment

I have read several books about Juliette Low, founder of the Girl Scouts. My daughter, who at the time was a Junior Girl Scout in 4th grade, chose Juliette Low as the subject for her school boigraphy assignment. I was SO lucky to find this book for her to read! It is very interesting, written for the older child - not babyish like some other books are. It is long enough to qualify as an acceptable book to use for a report - approximately 100 pages. It tells about Daisy's entire life, not just about when she formed the Girl Scouts

4^-6 I have read several books about Juliette Low, founder of the Girl Scouts

After the death of her British husband, she organized the Girl Guides, patterned after the Boy Scouts, in England. I have read several books about Juliette Low, founder of the Girl Scouts. I was SO lucky to find this book for her to read!

Fern G. Brown, Marie De John (Illustrator) Her group-the Girl Guides-would eventually become known as the Girl Scouts of America.

Fern G. Brown, Marie De John (Illustrator). In 1910, following the death of her husband, Juliette Gordon Low returned to her home in Savannah, Georgia, and organized a girls' organization patterned after the Boy Scouts. Her group-the Girl Guides-would eventually become known as the Girl Scouts of America.

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I have read several books about Juliette Low, founder of the Girl Scouts. It tells about Daisy's entire life, not just about when she formed the Girl Scouts

I have read several books about Juliette Low, founder of the Girl Scouts. It tells about Daisy's entire life, not just about when she formed the Girl Scouts. Although it can be confusing trying to keep track of all the names of Daisy's relatives, it's a terrific book for children 3rd grade and up (but I enjoyed reading it, too!) This was a really good book. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago.

Destination, rates & speeds. 5. daisy and the girl scouts: the s. Brown, Fern. ISBN 10: 0807514411 ISBN 13: 9780807514412.

In this fascinating biography of Juliette Gordon Low, who loved to be called Daisy, readers will learn about her .

In this fascinating biography of Juliette Gordon Low, who loved to be called Daisy, readers will learn about her Civil War childhood, her almost complete hearing loss, and her unhappy married life. Most importantly, they will learn about the sense of purpose that drove Juliette Low to found the Girl Scouts of the United States of America-an organization that helped break down cultural restrictions placed on young girls living in the early 1900s. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

The Story Of Juliette Gordon Low. by Fern G. Brown. Published March 30, 2005 by Albert Whitman & Company. Girl Scouts, Girl Scouts of the United States of America, Women, Juvenile literature, Biography, Internet Archive Wishlist. Juliette Gordon Low (1860-1927).

Juliette Gordon Low contracted breast cancer in 1923, but kept it a secret and continued working diligently for the . Marie De Daisy and the Girl Scouts: The Story of Juliette Gordon Low. Morton Grove, Illinois: Albert Whitman & Co, reprint 2005.

Juliette Gordon Low contracted breast cancer in 1923, but kept it a secret and continued working diligently for the Girl Scouts. Low died at her home in Savannah on January 17, 1927, from the cancer, and was buried in her Girl Scout uniform in Savannah, Georgia. Former Homes are Museums. Tourists and locals can visit three historic sites in Savannah which relate to the life of Juliette Gordon Low. The home of her birth, The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, is one of the most visited house museums in Georgia.

A biography chronicles the life of Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America, a woman who liked to be called Daisy and whose efforts changed the cultural restrictions placed on girls in the early 1900s.
Comments: (7)
Talrajas
I have read several books about Juliette Low, founder of the Girl Scouts. My daughter, who at the time was a Junior Girl Scout in 4th grade, chose Juliette Low as the subject for her school boigraphy assignment. I was SO lucky to find this book for her to read! It is very interesting, written for the older child - not babyish like some other books are. It is long enough to qualify as an acceptable book to use for a report - approximately 100 pages. It tells about Daisy's entire life, not just about when she formed the Girl Scouts. Although it can be confusing trying to keep track of all the names of Daisy's relatives, it's a terrific book for children 3rd grade and up (but I enjoyed reading it, too!)
TheMoonix
It’s a boook
Thetahuginn
Next year's new standard for 2nd grade. A great resource for teaching the topic!
Hǻrley Quinn
[[ASIN:0807514411 Daisy and the Girl Scouts: The Story of Juliette Gordon Low]
]Very good biography
It does not make Daisy a "plaster saint" which she certainly wasn't. It touches on her problems, which shows the girls that you can have a disability and still have a successful fulfilled life if you look for the areas where your strengths and in her case some "deficits" can serve others. Having grown up with some similar "deficits" with no one to understand or address the problems I know what she had to go through. I personally feel It was these "deficits" that helped her to be able get the GS movement up and running. The book is inspirational without being obvious it is a good read for Brownies and Juniors and perhaps even Cadettes. The stories are presented simply and therefore although you see a delightful character, with some eccentricities you also see a person with a mission that she strongly believes in and how she has given each one of us this gift to enrich our own personal lives 100 years later. This was an amazon purchase
Natety
loved it
Gaiauaco
Lots of new words for fourth graders. Easy read with very interesting details about her life. We will be visiting Savannah soon and I look forward to seeing her birthplace
Jan
love it
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