Nice Work, Franklin!

Nice Work, Franklin! By Suzanne Tripp Jurmain Larry Day, Nice Work Franklin As one of our most inspirational and determined presidents Franklin Roosevelt overcame his disability to lead the country out of the Great Depression Franklin Roosevelt idolized his cousin Teddy Roos
  • Title: Nice Work, Franklin!
  • Author: Suzanne Tripp Jurmain Larry Day
  • ISBN: 9780803738003
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Nice Work, Franklin! By Suzanne Tripp Jurmain Larry Day, As one of our most inspirational and determined presidents, Franklin Roosevelt overcame his disability to lead the country out of the Great Depression.Franklin Roosevelt idolized his cousin Teddy Roosevelt He started wearing eyeglasses like Teddy, he spoke like Teddy, and he held the same public offices as Teddy But then one day his life changed he got sick He developedAs one of our most inspirational and determined presidents, Franklin Roosevelt overcame his disability to lead the country out of the Great Depression.Franklin Roosevelt idolized his cousin Teddy Roosevelt He started wearing eyeglasses like Teddy, he spoke like Teddy, and he held the same public offices as Teddy But then one day his life changed he got sick He developed polio and he could no longer walk But Franklin also had Teddy s determination, so after physical therapy and hard work, he ran for governor of New York and won Then a different kind of sickness, the Great Depression, spread across the country Banks were closing, and thousands lost their jobs Franklin said that if you have a problem, solve it If one solution doesn t work, try another but above all TRY SOMETHING So Franklin ran for president, and on Inauguration Day, he made it clear that together they would conquer this sickness He got to work creating jobs and slowly America started getting better Suzanne Tripp Jurmain and Larry Day of George Did It and Worst of Friends fame are teamed up again to tell the story of how our only disabled president saved himself and then saved the country.
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    1. I can t say that I have read too many non fiction biographical picture books This is something I think I need to remedy.Did you all realize that we have only ever had one disabled President of the United States I am sure that I was probably taught this tidbit of information and then have just forgotten it over time Thank you, dear picture book, for reminding me of this I enjoyed this story It was a nice, fun, and pleasant way to learn about Franklin Roosevelt There was a lot of information about [...]


    2. In this nonfiction picture book about Franklin D Roosevelt, Suzanne Tripp Jurmain parallels Roosevelt s refusing to let polio hold him back with the effects of the Great Depression on the US Nice Work, Franklin is a feel good look at Roosevelt s political life and impact that has the potential to open up in depth discussions about many of the programs put in place during and after the Depression.


    3. I learned new things about FDR, interesting facts, bright happy pictures, BUT I feel like the book talked down to kids, America got sick really


    4. Do presidents have challenges You d better believe it What a great way to start a book about a president who overcame some incredible challenges Franklin, or FDR, overcame an incredible challenge when he was stricken with polio when he was thirty nine So many people died or were permanently lamed by the disease, but he worked and worked to strengthen his legs He went on to be elected the governor of New York, because that job required brains and not legs While he was busy trying to help the peop [...]


    5. Pulling teeth can be easier than convincing kids that non fiction is entertaining Why not try with a heartfelt read about FDR, Nice Work, Franklin, by Suzanne Tripp Jurmain It s sure to get their vote.The author begins by presenting the question, Do presidents have challenges Then she springboards into young Franklin D Roosevelt, one of the luckiest He was rich He was smart He was popular And he was determined FDR was set on being just like his cousin Theodore Roosevelt, president of the United [...]


    6. The book Nice Work, Franklin is an biography about the life of Franklin D Roosevelt Franklin looked up to his cousin Ted, who was president of the United States Franklin followed in the steps of Ted by becoming a member of the New York Legislature and then helping to ru the US Navy Franklin D Roosevelt became sick, he was diagnosed with Polio and was unable to walk Even though he couldn t walk he still became Governor of New York After the US fell into the Great Depression Franklin decided to ru [...]


    7. The book Nice Work, Franklin is an biography about the life of Franklin D Roosevelt Franklin looked up to his cousin Ted, who was president of the United States Franklin followed in the steps of Ted by becoming a member of the New York Legislature and then helping to ru the US Navy Franklin D Roosevelt became sick, he was diagnosed with Polio and was unable to walk Even though he couldn t walk he still became Governor of New York After the US fell into the Great Depression Franklin decided to ru [...]


    8. In Nice Work, Franklin , author Jurmain recounts Franklin Roosevelt s inspiring journey before and during his presidency From Franklin s youth and admiration of his famous cousin, to his battle with polio, campaign for President, and his legacy especially during the Great Depression , this picture book sets out to explore the epic life of FDR With age appropriate text and information, that is both educational and entertaining, Jurmain does a great job of introducing young readers to the life and [...]


    9. This book is about Franklin D Roosevelt looking up to his cousin Ted, who was the president Franklin joined the New York legislature and helped run the Navy He became really sick with polio and ended up not being able to walk He still was strong hearted and became governor After the Great Depression began he ran for president He made America better, with new jobs, like building highways, dams, tunnels, schools, and parks.This book is a Fictionalized Biography because there are pictures of Frankl [...]


    10. A picture book biography of FDR I didn t like the writing style used here It began with sophisticated language presenting Roosevelt s challenges with the promise that he had the dedication to overcome them, but dissolved into referring to the Great Depression as when America got sick Interesting anecdotes are worked into the book such as the spread in which FDR s children cheer for his leg muscles, but they way they are woven together with the running historical timeline just feels awkward I als [...]


    11. The word work in the title foreshadows the changes Roosevelt implemented to get people back to work after the Depression I was not under the impression that his polio if indeed, that s even what it was was not widely know this book gives the impression everyone knew and was rooting for him just as we would for any disabled person today I don t think disabilities had the same acceptanc perception in the mid 1900 s as we have today and wonder if this book missed an opportunity to show that to youn [...]


    12. Nice Work, Franklin is a nonfiction book with a target audience of students in third grade to sixth grade I chose to pair it with a fictional book entitled U.S Presidents by Ken Jennings I chose to pair these two books together because after students read a fictional story about a student going to class and learning about presidents, the students will have the opportunity to do the same They will then learn about the true life of Franklin Roosevelt and make connections to politics and presidenti [...]


    13. An insightful book regarding the life of President Franklin D Roosevelt I appreciated how this book provided the necessary information to learn information about President Roosevelt and everything that he did for the United States of America, especially during the Great Depression, in a way that flowed nicely I believe that this book would be a good introduction about President Roosevelt to younger students in school.


    14. The first part of the book has some comparison contrast with Teddy Roosevelt The last part is focused on Franklin overcoming both his physical hardships and the nation s economical ones and a kind of parallel story there So there are interesting structural elements to teach from this book Some pages have a lot of words, so this wouldn t work as well as a read aloud, though.


    15. This book goes about how FDR wanted to become president and did everything he could to become the president I would use this book in a unit on presidents and would devote a day lesson on FDR and is accomplishments.


    16. Love FDR, but not a fan of this children s book narrative Didn t seem accurate and talked down to kids America gotck was the description of the Great Depression Too many other great books out there to bother with this one.


    17. I thought this was a nice summary on a kids level of the work of Franklin Roosevelt Things were clear and when fancy words were used they were explained Looks like a picture book but quit longer it would work well for an introduction or a school report.







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