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1.   Hillary Rodham Clinton
JoAnn Bren Guernsey (Author), Margaret J. Goldstein (Author)
This portrait of the former First Lady and current senator from New York covers Clinton's many achievements, from her efforts to reform health care to writing books to working as a successful lawyer. Guernsey includes controversial aspects of her subject's story, from her husband's impeachment trial to Clinton's "imaginary conversations" with Eleanor Roosevelt. The text also enumerates the criticism she has received, but balances it with positive comments.
[Grade Level: 5 - 9]
 
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