Miss Lady Bird's Wildflowers: How A First Lady Changed America
Author: Kathi Appelt
A biography of Lady Bird Johnson who, as the wife of President Lyndon Johnson, reminded citizens about the importance of conserving natural resources and promoted the beautification of cities and highways by planting wildflowers. Looking to buy an ideal child's book? Pick up a copy of Miss Lady Bird's Wildflowers: How A First Lady Changed America by Kathi Appelt. The author is Kathi Appelt and it was published on the 15th of February, 2005 by HarperCollins. This is the 1st ed. of Miss Lady Bird's Wildflowers is 40 pages long and it has incredibly colored illustrations. The children's book furthermore focuses on Wild flowers, Women, Urban beautification, Roadside improvement, First ladies, Environmental protection and Presidents' spouses. The book is 0.4" Height x 11.46" Length x 9.32" Width. It has a weight of 0.98 lbs. To obtain your personal copy of this book, visit the add to cart button on this page.
- Number of Pages: 40
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
From a lonely childhood within the Piney Woods of East Texas to an exciting life in the White House, Lady Bird Johnson loved these wildflowers with all her heart. They had been her companions in her youth, greeting her everywhere as she explored wild forests, bayous, and hills. She wanted to produce sure every kid could enjoy the splendor of wildflowers. Later, as First Lady, she sought to bring the beauty of wildflowers to America's cities and highways.
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