1 edition of How could she do that? found in the catalog.
How could she do that?
Edith De Rham
Bibliography: p. 339-340.
|LC Classifications||HV6046 .D38|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||340|
|LC Control Number||68026886|
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Americans know what the right thing to do is, she asserts. We just try to take the easy way by: 4. She was betrayed by her own mom, and thats when she realised that she could trust no one.
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But it wasn’t over then, and it just kept getting more intense and. In the 19th-century when girls were expected to sew and pour tea, Esther believed she could do that from a young age.
As a middle-aged woman she traveled west and is credited with getting women the vote in Wyoming. The text is simple and tells a story. The can-do attitude is emphasized by repetitive phrases "I could do that" and "And she did."/5. And she becomes the first woman judge in the country after her local justice of the peace resigns in opposition to women’s suffrage (“ 'Mama, you could do that,’ said her sons.”).
Linda Arms White’s playful text is perfectly matched by Nancy Carpenter’s illustrations, which include a. Startling too is the fact that Dana Fowley says that she still loves her mother despite all that has happened and is determined to see that she is reasonably treated in prison.
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