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By RichardWood | Comments: ( 416 ) | Date: ( May 30, 2020 )

Sensitive treatments recall the trials and triumphs of two remarkable and vastly different role models in easy to read photo essays Time lines and chronologies summarize highlights for young researchers.Young readers can follow Princess Diana from her painful childhood to her rise to royalty to her final days focused on bringing relief to lepers, AIDS victims, and tSensitive treatments recall the trials and triumphs of two remarkable and vastly different role models in easy to read photo essays Time lines and chronologies summarize highlights for young researchers.Young readers can follow Princess Diana from her painful childhood to her rise to royalty to her final days focused on bringing relief to lepers, AIDS victims, and those threatened by land mines.


  • Title: Diana: The People's Princess
  • Author: RichardWood
  • ISBN: 9780817239985
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments Diana: The People's Princess

  • Gabrielle Blockton

    Date: September 2nd, 2014Author: Richard WoodTitle: Diana: The People's PrincessPlot: Before she was the People's Princess that the world adored, Lady Diana was a shy and young happy-go-lucky woman who loved children and helping others. Before her tragic death, she became involved in many charities and organizations that involved the awareness of people who were both sick and homeless as well as suffering from illnesses such as AIDS and cancer. Setting: No setting identifiedCharacters: Princess [...]


  • Abriana Chamberlain

    Of all the Princess Diana books I had gathered this one was my favorite. It was a lot more detailed. Instead of having one part of her life and then continuing the details about that. It starts out with her early childhood into teenage years and keeps going. I loved how there were bold words that gave you an idea of what that page or the next few pages were going to be about. Also like many of the other books, it had real photographs. But Richard Wood, he had detailed descriptive captions for ea [...]


  • Angela

    Good book for upper elementary school grades to learn about the life and death of Princess Diana. Especially now with the Royals back in the media, this book can tie into current events.


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