The Resource Nice work, Franklin!
- Nice work, Franklin!
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- by Suzanne Tripp Jurmain ; illustrated by Larry Day
- trueUnited States -- History -- 1933-1945
- truePresidents -- United States -- Biography
- trueBiographies -- Politics | Political leaders | Presidents
- Roosevelt, Franklin D., (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945 -- Juvenile literature
- Roosevelt, Franklin D., (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945
- trueRoosevelt, Franklin D., (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945
- Presidents -- United States -- Biography | Juvenile literature
- truePicture books for children
- trueGovernment and politics -- United States -- Executive branch | Presidents
- United States
- Juvenile works
- trueUnited States -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945
- trueNarrative nonfiction for kids and teens
- 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 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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