Susan Wittig Albert on Eleanor Roosevelt’s Heart

An LJ 2016 Indie Ebook Award winner, Susan Wittig Albert’s historical novel Loving Eleanor tells of the romance between First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt (1884–1962) and reporter Lorena Alice “Hick” Hickok (1893–1968). Here, Albert talks about the significance of their story and her own experience being an indie author.

Nonfiction on the Universe and Its History and FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt | Xpress Reviews

Many sections of Crofton and Black’s book are too facile and leave the work skewed and unsatisfying; those interested in learning more about the Roosevelts than just their public personae will enjoy their grandson’s take

Nonfiction: Dodge City in History, Parents & Math, Eleanor Roosevelt on Women’s Issues | Xpress Reviews

Clavin brings true personality to Earp and Masterson during their roles in taming the Western frontier; for parents trying to wrap their minds around Common Core for teaching math and language arts; the work of an important leader in the women’s rights movement

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Ten Days a Madwoman

WWR readers take a quick breath after numerous end-of-year duties and plunge into reading!