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eBook Value of Leadership: The Story of Winston Churchill (Valuetales) ePub

by Steve Pileggi,Ann Donegan Johnson

  • ISBN: 0866790462
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Steve Pileggi,Ann Donegan Johnson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Value Communications; 1st edition (August 1, 1989)
  • Pages: 62
  • ePub book: 1256 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1996 kb
  • Other: lrf lit txt lrf
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 562

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The Value of Leadership book. ValueTales Series (1 - 10 of 41 books). Books by Ann Donegan Johnson

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The book tells of Winston's lonely childhood and challenging experiences at boarding school. He is comforted by an imaginary lion named George. Winston gradually learns self-confidence and how to stand up for what he believes. After joining the army, Winston finds the courage to face danger and lead other soldiers. In later life he enters politics and works to make his country strong enough to defend itself

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The Value of Believing in Yourself: The Story of Louis Pasteur (Valuetales). I grew up reading this series by written by Dr. Spencer Johnson and Ann Donegan Johnson, and illustrated by Stephen Pileggi (45 books total from 1977 to 1997)

The Value of Believing in Yourself: The Story of Louis Pasteur (Valuetales). The Value of Determination: The Story of Helen Keller (Valuetales). Spencer Johnson and Ann Donegan Johnson, and illustrated by Stephen Pileggi (45 books total from 1977 to 1997). Each book gives a simplified, fictionalized biographical story of a historical figure which teaches a positive character trait every child should learn.

The Story of Winston Churchill (Valuetales). by Ann Donegan Johnson. Published August 1989 by Value Communications.

Book Churchill, Winston. Follows the life of the English politician, whose strong leadership brought him success and world-wide admiration. The Value of Compassion: The Story of Florence Nightingale (Value Tales) EAN 9780866790413. A Little Bigalow Story (Make Believe & Me) EAN 9780866790215.

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ValueTales is a series of simple biographical children's books published primarily by the now-defunct Value Communications, Inc. in La Jolla, California. The forty-three books were written by Dr. Spencer Johnson and Ann Donegan Johnson, and illustrated by Stephen Pileggi. The Value of Determination: The Story of Helen Keller).

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Follows the life of the English politician, whose strong leadership brought him success and world-wide admiration.

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Nice book
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Mojar Mojar
In this installment of the ValueTales series, Ann Donegan Johnson describes leadership in the life of Winston Churchill (1874-1965).

The book tells of Winston's lonely childhood and challenging experiences at boarding school. He is comforted by an imaginary lion named George. Winston gradually learns self-confidence and how to stand up for what he believes. After joining the army, Winston finds the courage to face danger and lead other soldiers. In later life he enters politics and works to make his country strong enough to defend itself. He inspires others to stand fast when faced with danger and disappointment.

Like other books in the ValueTales series, this book uses a real-life person to exemplify an important value. It is suitable for reading by children in the later elementary school grades. A "Historical Facts" section at the book's end summarizes Churchill's life in a single-page bio form suitable for adults.

Closing quote: "No matter what you want to be, you'll find the road to your dream easier if you follow Winston Churchill's example. Work hard, learn for your mistakes and believe in yourself. If you do that, you'll lead a happier and more rewarding life." (p. 62)
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My high school son needed 4 childrens books about Winston Churchill for a school project. This book was different in the others in that it was meant for a younger audience and was about an imaginary lion Winston Churchill looked to for guidance. A little odd, but actually enhanced my son's project.