REVIEW Ð Dianas White House Garden

REVIEW Dianas White House Garden

REVIEW Ð Dianas White House Garden ´ Diana Hopkins lived in a white house THE White HouseWorld War II is in full force across the seas It's 1943 President Roosevelt is in office and Diana's father Harry Hopkins is his chief advisor And Diana wants to be part of the war effort After some well intentioned missteps her uarantine sign on her father'sAfter some well intentioned missteps her uarantine sign on her father's office door was not well received the President reuests her help with his newest plan for the country's survival Victory GardensFrom award winning author Elisa Carbon. Diana's father works for President Franklin Delano Roosevelt so Diana lives in the White House The nation is in the midst of WWII and Diana wants to be part of the war effort and contribute to her countrybut her ideas of how to contribute are not well received Until she hears about President Roosevelt's idea for citizens to plant victory gardens and that he wants a victory garden at the White House Diana volunteers to help plant and care for the garden Eleanor and the White House gardener help Diana but she does much of the workand eventually earns the fruits or I guess vegetables of her labors

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E comes the true story of how Diana Hopkins started her own Victory Garden on the White House lawn under the tutelage of Eleanor Roosevelt With dedication and patience she showed the nation that the war effort started first on the homefron. Based on the remembrances of a girl who lived in FDR's white house and helped with the White House Victory Garden and how she was written up to encourage others Riding the dumbwaiter hanging a measles sign on her father's door putting pins in chairs and the trouble she got intoUse for garden and Women's History programs

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Dianas White House GardenDiana Hopkins lived in a white house THE White HouseWorld War II is in full force across the seas It's 1943 President Roosevelt is in office and Diana's father Harry Hopkins is his chief advisor And Diana wants to be part of the war effort. Diana really wants to help with the war effort but all her ideas keep backfiring Who would have thought that putting pins on all the white house chairs would cause problems Fortunately someone gets the bright idea to steer her towards a garden finally Bonus the historical note at the back makes clear that this is a true story Including the pins