READ ✓ Goldie Takes a Stand

READ Goldie Takes a Stand

READ ✓ Goldie Takes a Stand ✓ Even at the age of nine Golda Meir was a leader As president of the American Young Sisters Society she organizes her friends to raise money to buy textbooks for immigrant classmates A glimpse at the early life of Israel's first female Prime Minister Based on a true storyS A glimpse at the early life of Israel's first female Prime Minister Based on a true stor. This is an early story about Golda Meir and how she began to make a difference early on The story showed Golda's leadership and organizational skills and how she used these skills early on to achieve goals Golda still had a lot of these ualities continue through until her later years as Israel's first woman Prime MinisterI liked the story and I liked the mention that was given how Golda rarely wrote speeches she merely spoke from the heart

Barbara Krasner Ø 9 READ

Even at the age of nine Golda Meir was a leader As president of the American Young Sisters. Golda Meir was the first woman prime minister of Israel and a person who took action from a young age This picture book tells the true story of how at the age of 9 she founded the American Young Sisters Society and organized a public meeting to raise money to buy textbooks for students who couldn't afford them It is a very inspiring story with great illustrations

REVIEW ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ø Barbara Krasner

Goldie Takes a StandSociety she organizes her friends to raise money to buy textbooks for immigrant classmate. Goldie is nine years old living in Milwaukee when she forms the American Young Sisters Society made up of her young friends who are also Jewish immigrants from Russia Of course Golda is the president of the Society The topic of the meeting is school textbooks The girls and their friends in school are struggling to learn with tattered out of date textbooks Goldie said they would each need to raise 3 cents per week but the girls knew it was too much Golda tried charging people extra in their family store but people objected By the next meeting no one had been able to raise much money The girls had to think big and Goldie knew just what to do This charming story will capture young readers' interest and leave them wanting to know about this great lady Of course Barbara has added some interesting back matter about Golda Meir and places to find information