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361.92 – Addams, Jane, 1860-1935

January 12, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

A list of choices for replacing old books about Jane Addams in the library children’s/YA collection.

pink numbers = Horn Book Guide rating / red numbers= Follett reading level / green numbers=Lexile

Recommended by at Least One Source

Kindergarten-Grade 4
Jane Addams : A Life of Cooperation by Ann Kishel (Pull-Ahead Books – Lerner, 2006) ~3 /

Grades 5-8
Waging peace : the story of Jane Addams by Peggy Caravantes (Morgan Reynolds, 2004) 4 / 8.8 /
Jane Addams : Champion of Democracy by Judith & Dennis Fradin (Clarion, 2006) 2 /
(received at least 5 starred reviews)
Peace and Bread : The Story of Jane Addams by Stephanie Sammartino McPherson (Trailblazers – Carolrhoda, 1993) 3 / 6.1 / 920 /

Grade 7 and up
Nothing is in print at this time.

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Available in the Service Center Collections

Kindergarten-Grade 4
Meigs
Kittredge

Grades 5-8
Jane Addams : Champion of Democracy by Judith & Dennis Fradin (Clarion, 2006) 2 /

Grade 7 and up
Jane Addams : Nobel Prize Winner and Founder of Hull House by Bonnie Carman Harvey (Historical American Biographies – Enslow, 1999) 3 / 6.6 /

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Not Necessarily Recommended, But In-Print

Books listed here have no reviews to recommend them.

Kindergarten-Grade 4
Jane Addams by David Armentrout (People Who Made a Difference – Rourke, 2001) 2.7 /
Jane Addams by Lucia Raatma (Early Biographies – Compass Point, 2004) 4.4 /
Jane Addams by Elizabeth Raum (American Lives – Heinemann, 2004) 5 / 4.8 /

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Last updated January 12, 2010

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