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    A Boy Named FDR
    Price
    $29.95
    Binding
    Hardcover
    ISBN13
    9780375857164
    Dimensions
    229 x 293 x 20mm
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    Description

    Traces the journey of Franklin Delano Roosevelt from his background as a wealthy student to becoming one of history's leading advocates for the poor, as well as covering topics such as his battle with polio, his rise to the presidency and his New Deal achievements.
    A Boy Named FDR also available as an eBook!

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