What to Do about Alice?

Barbara Kerley (Author) Edwin Fotheringham (Illustrator)
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Description

iIf you like rebel girls, you will LOVE Alice Roosevelt!/i
bA Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Book
A Sibert Honor Book
* Superb... a gleeful celebration. -- iKirkus Reviews/i, starred review/b
Theodore Roosevelt had a small problem. Her name was Alice. Alice Lee Roosevelt was hungry to go places, meet people, do things. Father called it running riot. Alice called it eating up the world. Whether she was entertaining important White House visitors with her pet snake or traveling the globe, Alice bucked convention and turned every new experience into an adventure!
Brimming with affection and wit, this spirited biography gives readers a peek at family life inside the White House. Prose and pictures spring, gambol, and two-step across the pages to celebrate a maverick American heroine.

Product Details

Price
$16.99  $15.63
Publisher
Scholastic Press
Publish Date
March 01, 2008
Pages
48
Dimensions
8.84 X 12.08 X 0.38 inches | 1.06 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780439922319

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About the Author

Barbara Kerley is a two-time Sibert Honoree and a Boston Globe-Horn Book Honoree whose award-winning biographies include iWhat to Do About Alice?/i, iThe Extraordinary Mark Twain (According to Susy)/i, iThose Rebels, John & Tom/i, and iA Home for Mr. Emerson/i, all illustrated by Edwin Fotheringham; iTigers & Tea with Toppy/i, illustrated by Matte Stephens; and iThe Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins/i and iWalt Whitman: Words for America/i, illustrated by Brian Selznick. Kerley's books have all been praised for their lively prose, meticulous research, and artistic presentation style. She lives in Portland, Oregon. Visit her online at barbarakerley.com.

Edwin Fotheringham's stylish, award-winning illustrations have graced the pages of iThe New Yorker/i, iThe Wall Street Journal/i, iThe New York Times/i, and many other publications. He has illustrated numerous highly acclaimed nonfiction picture books, such as Barbara Kerley's iWhat to Do About Alice?/i, a Sibert Honor Book and a Boston Globe-Horn Book Award Honor Book; iThe Extraordinary Mark Twain (According to Susy)/i, a New York Public Library Best Children's Book; iThose Rebels, John & Tom/i, an NCTE Orbis Pictus Award Honor Book; and iA Home for Mr. Emerson/i, a NAPPA Gold Award winner; as well as younger fiction picture books, such as Pam MuΓ±oz Ryan's iTony Baloney/i and the eponymous beginning reader series, Jennifer Hamburg's iMonkey and Duck Quack Up!/i, a spring 2015 Indie Favorite, and Andria Rosenbaum's iBig Sister, Little Monster/i. Ed lives in Seattle, Washington. Visit him online at edfotheringham.com.