Susan B. Anthony: Champion of Women's Rights (Childhood of Famous Americans) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-05-05 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 4 user ratings

" Nevada's sayings a very good book. she is a faiy neet girl. she did some thing very good. and a smart women. " said.

" Only talked about her later life for literally one page. Otherwise great book for 2-4th graders. " said.

" Weird. 99% is what Susan's interactions may have been like as a kid. Then in one or two pages sums up the rest of her life. Weird historical fiction! " said.

" The book details Susan B. Anthony's life from age 6 until death in 1906. However, the book does not give a great deal of attention to her movement for Women's rights. It barely mentions the Women's rights convention at Seneca Falls and again at the Chicago World Fair. Both are mentioned in the same chapter. No details of the convention or even the speeches. No lead up or preparation for either convention. Although the book read easily, it was a disappointment. " said.

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