Picture books are generally for children in preschool through 3rd grade, but they are entertaining for all ages. The pictures in these books help tell the story, unlike illustrated books that use images simply as decoration for text.
Despite only having two publicized books, there's much to learn about the journey of this great American author and those she has inspired.
In 2002, the first Money Smart Week was held as part of a coordinated effort between Chicago-area organizations interested in promoting financial management.
In 1969, a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin named Gaylord Nelson began talking about a "national teach-in on the environment" following a massive oil spill in California.