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Beverly Cleary. Haley Fraize Literacy. Introduction. Born April, 12, 1916 in Mcminnville, Oregon. Has two kids that are twins, named Malcolm and Marianne. Died at age 92. Beverly Cleary’s Husband. Clearance Cleary. Social contribution.

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Beverly cleary

Beverly Cleary

Haley Fraize

Literacy


Introduction
Introduction

  • Born April, 12, 1916 in Mcminnville, Oregon.

  • Has two kids that are twins, named Malcolm and Marianne.

  • Died at age 92.

  • Beverly Cleary’s

    Husband. Clearance

    Cleary.


Social contribution
Social contribution

  • Beverly and her mom opened up the first library in Yamhill, Oregon. When Beverly was working in the library, a group of boys asked where the books are with characters like them were. She noticed that, that was true. So she started to write children’s books. Everyone loved her books. A year later her books were published. She has not only been a hero but she has also been an idol. The most visited park, “the grant park” has the favorite character, Romana, as a statue in Yamhill, Oregon.


Childhood
Childhood

  • Beverly spent living on her family farm in Yamhill, Oregon.

  • She could do what ever she liked as long as she followed the rules. She played with the cows mostly.

  • When she was little she wanted to travel around the globe, to see the rest of the world.

  • In fifth grade Beverly was always writing novels. She started to like writing, because it could express her feelings. Ever since then she has been writing her whole life.


Adolescence
Adolescence

  • Beverly refused to read a girl because she had a hard time to read so she didn’t want to get teased. So she didn’t read at all.

  • Beverly disliked reading and writing and now is a best selling children’s author.

  • In high school every time Beverly wrote story’s they would always go in the school newspaper because she used so much

    Imagination.


Adult hood
Adult hood

  • After graduating high school Beverly left home to attend the “University of California”, in Berkely, CA.

  • In the 1940’s Beverly started to work as a librarian, with her mother.

  • Beverly Cleary’s books showed up on t.v all the time. A million books were sold.

  • While Beverly was writing she worked as a waitress at the “J and R Pizza”.


Interview
Interview

  • 1. did you ever get bullied in school because u couldn’t read?

  • 2.If you could write about adult books, would you?

  • 3. When your father lost his job as a banker, how did u feel/ react?



President slide
President slide

Theodore Roosevelt, Nickname, “Teddy”, was born in New York in October, 27,1858. died January, 6, 1919. even though he was born to a wealthy family, Theodore was a unhealthy child suffering asthma. He stayed at home studying natural history. He attended “Harvard college”, in 1881. He wrote a book called, “the Naval War of 1812”. And was a police officer. Theodore became president at age of 42.


Sayings of theodore roosevelt
Sayings of Theodore Roosevelt

  • Let us remember that, as much has been given us, much will be expected from us, and that true homage comes from the heart as well from the lips, and shows itself in deeds.

  • Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground.

  • The best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self restraint enough to keep from meddling with them while they do it.

  • People ask the difference between a leader and a boss. The leader works in the open and the boss in convert. The leader leads and the boss drives.

  • Character, in the long run, is the decisive factor in the life of an individual and of nations alike.

  • No man needs sympthy because he has to do work. Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard and worth doing.

  • Don’t hit at all if it is honorably possible to avoid hitting; but never hit soft.


Bibliography
Bibliography

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  • www.multcolib.org/parents/cleary/clarence.html

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